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Quality of Ground Waters 

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EDMUND G. BROWN 

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WILLIAM E. WARNE 
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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 



BULLETIN NO. 66-59 



Quality of Ground Waters 

in California 

1959 

PARTI 
NORTHERN AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA 



EDMUND G. BROWN 
Governor 




July 1961 



WILLIAM E. WARNE 
Director of Water Resources 



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TABLE OP CONTENTS 

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ALPHABETICAL LISTINQ OF REGIONS AND MONITORED AREAS iv 

LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL vli 

ORQANIZATIDN, STATE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ix 

ORGANIZATION, CALIFORNIA WATER COMMISSION x 

ACKNOWUEDGMENTS xl 

THE GROUND WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM 1 

QUALITT OF GROUND WATERS IN NORTHERN AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA, 1959 .... T 

NORTH COASTAL REGION (NO. 1) 

Smith River Plain (l-l)* 11 

Butte Vall^ (1-3) 15 

Shasta Valley (l-U) 19 

Scott River Valle7 (1-5) 23 

Mad River Valley (1-8) 27 

Eureka Plain (1-9) 31 

Eel River Valley (1-10) 35 

Ukiah Valley (1-15) 39 

Sanel Valley (1-16) U3 

Aleacander Valley (1-17) hi 

Santa Rosa Valley (1-18) 51 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY REGION (NO. 2) 

Petalma Valley (2-1) 91 

Napa-Sonoma Valley (2-2) 61 

Suisun-Fairfieia Vall^ (2-3) 65 



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Pittsburg Plain (2-1;) 69 

Clayton Valley (2-5) 73 

Tgnacio Valley (2-6) 7-7 

Santa C!lara Valley (2-9) 81 

East Bay Area 81 

South Bay Area 8? 

Livermore Valley (2-10) 93 

CENTRAL COASTAL REGION (NO. 3) 

Pajaro Valley (3-2) 101 

Gilroy-Hollister Basin (3-3) 107 

Salinas Valley (3-1;) Ill 

Carmel Valley (3-7) II7 

CENTRAL VALLEY REGION (NO. 5) 

Redding Basin (5-6) 12^ 

Upper Lake Valley (5-13) I29 

Kelseyville Valley (5-15) I33 

Sacramento Valley (5-21) I37 

Tehama County I38 

Glenn County , jj^i 

Butte County li^^ 

Colusa County 1]^9 

Sutter County 1^3 

Tuba County I57 

Placer Coiinty I6I 

Yolo County I65 



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Sacramento County 1^9 

Solano County 173 

San Joaquin Valley (5-22) 177 

San Joaquin County 178 

Stanislaus County 183 

Merced County 187 

Madera County 191 

Fresno County 195 

Tulare County 199 

Kings County 203 

Kem County 207 

PLATES 
1 Statewide Map of Monitored Areas 

APPENDIXES 
A Procedures and Criteria 
B Basic Data 



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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF REGIONS AND MONITORED AREAS 

Region No. 

1 North Coastal Region 

2 San Francisco Bay Region 

3 Central Coastal Region 
5 Central Vall^ Region 

Region No . 

Alexander Valley 1 

Butte County See Sacramento Valley 

Butte Valley 1 

Carinel Valley 3 

Central Coastal Region 3 

Central Valley Region 5 

Clayton Valley 2 

Colusa County See Sacramento Valley 

East Bay Area See Santa Clara Valley 

Eel River Valley 1 

Eureka Plain 1 

Fresno County See San Joaquin Valley 

Gilroy-Hollister Basin 3 

Glenn County See Sacramento Valley 

Kelseyville Valley 5 

Kern County See San Joaquin Valley 

Kings County See San Joaqxiin Valley 

Livermore Valley 2 

Mad River Valley 1 

Madera County See San Joaquin Valley 

Merced County See San Joaquin Valley 



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Region No. 

Napa-Sonoma Valley 2 

North Coastal Region 1 

Pajaro Valley 3 

Petalma Valley 2 

Pittsburg Plain 2 

Placer Coianty See Sacramento Valley 

Reddiner Basin 5 

Sacramento County See Sacramento Valley 

Sacramento Valley 5 

Salinas Valley 3 

San Francisco Bay Region 2 

San Joaquin County See San Joaquin Valley 

San Joaquin Valley $ 

Sanel Valley 1 

Santa Clara Valley 2 

Santa Rosa Valley 1 

Scott River Valley 1 

Shasta Valley 1 

Smith River Plain 1 

Sclano Cotinty See Sacramento Valley 

South Bay Area See Santa Clara Valley 

Stanislaus County See San Joaquin Valley 

Suisun-Fairf ield Valley 2 

Sutter County See Sacramento Valley 

Tehama County See Sacramento Valley 

Tulare County ... See San Joaquin Valley 



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Ukiah Valley 1 

Upper Lake Valley ^ 

Tgnaclo Valley 2 

Yolo County See Sacramento Valley 

Tuba County See Sacramento Valley 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

SACRAMENTO 

October 3, 1961 



Honorable Edmund G. Brown, Governor, 
and Members of the Legislature of the 
State of California 

Water Pollution Control Boards 

Gentlemen: 

I have the honor to transmit herewith Bulletin No. 66-59 
entitled "Quality of Ground Waters in California, 1959, Part I, 
Northern and Central California". The Southern California portion 
of this report will be published at a later date as Part II. This 
report covers the period January through December 1959. 

This is the fifth in a continuing series of reports on the 
ground water quality monitoring program conducted by the Department 
of Water Resources. Under this program, water samples from represen- 
tative wells in ground water basins throughout the State are collected 
and analyzed, and an annual evaluation of gro\md water quality con- 
ditions is made. Mineral and radiological analyses were made of 
ground waters taken from approximately 970 wells in U5 monitored 
areas in Northern and Central California. 

In general, there were no significant ground water quality 
changes in Northern and Central California during 1959. Sea water, 
intruding inland into various coastal ground water basins, remained 
the primary source of degradation. 



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ORGANIZATION 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 



EEMUND G. BROWN, Governor 
WILLIAM E. WARNE, Director of Water Resources 
ALFRED R. GOLZE', Chief Engineer 



DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 



William L. Berry Division Engineer 

Irvin M. Ingerson Chief, Engineering Services Branch 



The investigation leading to this report 
was conducted under the direction 
of 

Meyer Kramsky Principal Engineer, Water Resources 

Willard R. Slater Supervising Engineer, Water Resources 

Assisted by 

Eldon E. Rinehart Water Resources Engineering Associate 

James C. Mosley Assistant Civil Engineer 

Tom T. Fujimoto Assistant Civil Engineer 

W. Roger Hail Assistant Engineering Geologist 

Chester Lao Assistant Engineering Geologist 

Charles E. Labat Junior Civil Engineer 

Jon A. Neely Junior Civil Engineer 



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ORGANIZATION 
CALIFORNIA WATER COMMISSION 



William H. Jennings, Chairman 



Ralph M. Brody 
John W. Bryant 
Ira J. Chrisman 
John J. King 



John P. Bunker 
George C. Fleharty 
Samuel B. Morris 
Marion R. Walker 



George B- Gleason 
Chief Engineer 



William M. Carah 
Executive Secretary 



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ACKNOWLEDGKENTS 

The extensive coverage of the ground water quality monitoring 

program, reported herein, is made possible through the cooperation of federal, 

state, and local agencies. The department appreciates the valuable assistance 

and cooperation of the following agencies: 

Federal Agencies 

Department of the Interior 
Geological Survey 

State Agencies 

California Disaster Office, Radiological Service 
State Water Pollution Control Board 

County Agencies 

Alaneda County Flood Control and V/ater Conservation District 

Butte County Farm Advisor 

Colusa County Farm Advisor 

Del Norte County Farm Advisor 

Glenn County Farm Advisor 

Humboldt County Farm Advisor 

Kern County Farm Advisor 

Kings County Farm Advisor 

Madera County Farm Advisor 

Mendocino County Farm Advisor 

Monterey County Flood Control and Water Conservation District 

Sacramento County Farm Advisor 

Santa Clara Valley Water Conservation District 

Siskiyou County Farm Advisor 

Sonoma County Farm Advisor 

Stanislaus County Farm Advisor 

Sutter County Farm Advisor 

Tehama County Farm Advisor 

Tulare County Farm Advisor 

Yolo County Farm Advisor 

Yuba County Farm Advisor 

Organized Public Agencies 

Alameda County Water District 
Buena Vista Water Storage District 
Central California Irrigation District 
Merced Irrigation District 
Turlock Irrigation District 

Many of the analyses presented herein were made by the United 
States Geological Survey, Quality of Water Branch, at its Sacramento labora- 
tory, under provisions of a continuing cooperative agreement with the 
Department of Water Resources. 



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THE GROUND WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM 

Water development to meet the needs of California's phenomenal 
growth during the past decade has become one of the major problems facing 
the State. As the water resoijrces of California are more fvilly utilized to 
meet the requirements imposed by the rapid expansion in population, agricul- 
ture and industry, and as the number of suitable surface storage sites dwindles, 
water development planners are turning more and more to ground water supplies. 
Although the use of ground water has been, and is, one of the major factors 
contributing to the economy of the State, insufficient data are available re- 
garding the mineral quality of such ground water ST?)plies. The present wide- 
spread dependence upon ground water, together with the need for more intensive 
utilization of underground storage, requires constant vigilance coupled with 
remedial action, where necessary, to assure that the quality of ground water 
remains suitable for all Intended uses. In view of the extensive occurrence 
of ground water and its relatively slow rate of movement, determination of 
ground water quality and detection of changes therein requires reliable long- 
term observation and records. Such data are essential to any program of quality 
control and are indispensable to formulation of plans for conjunctive operation 
of surface and underground storage. To help meet this need, a statewide pro- 
gram of observation and study of ground water quality was initiated by the 
Department of Water Resources in 1953. 

Part I of this bulletin presents data and an evaluation of ground 
water quality conditions in Northern and Central California. The area com- 
prises all of Water Pollution Control Regions 1, 2 and $', Region 3 north of 
the San Antonio-Salinas River drainage boundary; and Region 6 north of the 
northern Mono Lake drainage boundary. Part II, to be published at a later 
date, will present data and an eval\iation of ground water quality conditions 



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in Region 3, south of the San Antonio-Salinas River drainage boundary; Region 

6, south of the northern Mono Lake drainage boundary; and all of Regions k, 

7, 8 and 9. The northern and central areas of Calif oniia monitored during the 
1959 program are shown on Plate 1, "Ground Water Quality Monitored Areas 
1959". 

Data for previous periods are included in the following reports: 

1. California Department of Public Works, Division of Water Resources, 
Water Quality Investigations, Report No. lU, "Ground Water Quality 
Monitoring Program in California, Progress Report 19S3-19Sh" 

2. California Department of Water Resources, Division of Resources 
Planning, Bulletin No. 66, "Quality of Ground Waters in California, 
1955-1956" 

3. , "Quality of Ground Waters in California, 1957" 

U. , Bulletin No. 66-58, "Quality of Ground Waters in California, 

1958" 

The ground water quality monitoring program is authorized in Sec- 
tion 229 of the California Water Code, which directs that the department 
shall: 

"... investigate conditions of the quality of all waters 
within the State, including saline waters, coastal and inland, 
as related to all sources of pollution of whatever nature and 
shall report thereon to the Legislature and to the appropriate 
regional water pollution control board annually, and may recom- 
mend any steps which might be taken to improve or protect the 
quality of such waters." 

The objectives of the program are: 

(1) To provide information on the prevailing mineral quality of 
ground waters. 

(2) To provide a reliable, continuing check on quality of ground 
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(3) To secure data relating to significant changes in mineral 

quality, to evaluate the causes for these changes and to iden- 
tify and delineate the areas affected by such changes. 

(ii) To provide the appropriate regulatory agencies with infonnation 
on the statvis of quality of grovind. waters. 

(5) To provide the required data on groimd water quality for the 
purpose of water development planning and construction. 

The broad coverage of this statewide groiind water quality program 
is made possible through the combined efforts of many public and private 
agencies. Although the program was initiated by the Department of Water 
Resources, the present scope of the program could not have been achieved 
without the valuable assistance of these other agencies. 

In establishing monitoring programs, requests and suggestions from 
regional water pollution control boards and other interested water agencies 
have been considered. 

During 1959, the program in Northern and Central California led 
to the collection and analysis of samples taken frcm about 970 wells in li5 
basins or portions of basins. The geographical location and areal extent of 
each of the areas is indicated on Plate 1, "Ground Water Quality Monitored 
Areas, 1959". The areas are grouped by water pollution control board re- 
gions, the boundaries of which, in most cases, coincide with those of the 
major drainage basins of the State. 

Tests made of ground water qtiality include mineral and radiological 
determinations. The frequency of sampling, type of analysis, and density of 
the sampling network for mineral tests depends largely on the conditions in 
the area being monitored. In areas where water quality problems are known 
to exist and where extensive use is made of ground water supplies, samples 
are taken one or more times each year. In areas where limited use is made 



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of ground waters, samples are taken periodically until sufficient data are 
collected to determine the water quality of the basin and thereafter as fre- 
quently as the land development and water use warrants. Radioassays of well 
waters are made at three year intervals; one-third of the monitoring network 
is tested each year. In general, only the minimum number of wells necessary 
to show the areal extent of problems, if any, or to evaluate grovmd water 
conditions, are included in the monitoring network. 

The selection of individual wells is governed, to a large extent, 
by the availability of well logs. Sufficient information is desirable for 
each well such as depth, aquifers encountered, and depths of perforations to 
assure that data obtained are useful. Wells are added to or deleted from the 
network according to changing ground water conditions in an area. For example, 
a well showing prominent effects of sea-water intriision is generally removed 
from productive use and, in many instances, sampling becomes impracticable. 
Accordingly, another well is substituted, if possible. 

The information presented in the text for each monitored area in- 
cludes: a brief description of the area and the monitoring program; the occur- 
rence, development, and beneficial uses of ground water; a discussion of major 
waste discharges; an evaluation of and significant changes in ground water 
quality. Following the presentation for each area a graph shows conductivity 
and problem constituent ranges and, where meaningful, graphs of fluctuations 
of problem constituents in selected wells. A map of the monitored area shows 
monitored well locations and areas of ground water degradation, if any. 

The region and basin numbers in this report are based on a deci- 
mal system in the form 0-00.00. The number to the left of the dash refers 
to the region of a water pollution control board. On the right of the dash 
the first digit or digits refer to the basin, valley or area. Digits to the 



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right of the decimal, if any, refer to the sub-basin number as shown below. 



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These numbers are \ised to identify the monitored areas in the text, in the 
data tables and on Plate 1. A "monitored area" is defined as that portion of 
a ground water basin which lies generally within the limits of an established 
network of monitored wells. It does not necessarily include the entire ground 
water basin. 

Wells selected for inclusion in the ground water quality monitoring 
network are assigned numbers by township, range and section, based upon 
their location. The numbering system is the same as that utilized by the 
United States Geological Survey. Under this system each section is divided 
into UO-acre plots, which are lettered as follows: 



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Wells are numbered within each of these ItO-acre plots according to 
the order in which they are selected for monitoring. For example, a well 
having a number 3N/6E-2iiA2 is located in Township 3 North, Range 6 East, and 
in Section 2li. It is further identified as the second well selected in the 
UO-acre plot lettered A. 

Reference may be made to the appendixes for more detailed informa- 
tion than is given in the main text. Appendix A presents discussions of 
types of mineral analyses employed in the monitoring program, of laboratory 



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methods and procedures vised, and criteria for appraising the suitability of 
water for drinking, irrigation, and industrial uses. Appendix B presents 
tabulations of all chemical and radiological analyses of samples collected 
in this program during 1959. 



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QUALITT OF GROUND WATERS IN NORTHERN AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA, 1959 

Ground water quality in Northern and Central California during 19$9 
remained essentially unchanged from that in 1958. The primary source of 
degradation continued to be sea-water intrusion into coastal aquifers as a 
consequence of ground water basin overdrafts. Slight to moderate inland ad- 
vances of sea water were evidenced in Mad River, Petaluraa, Napa-Sonoma, Ygnacio, 
Santa Clara, and Pajaro Valleys. In the Central Valley, significant changes 
in specific mineral constituents occurred only in a few individual wells or 
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NORTH COASTAL REGION (ND. 1 ) 

The North Coastal Region, shown on Plate 1, comprises all of the 
basins draining into the Pacific Ocean from the California-Oregon state line 
to the northern bovindary of Lagunitas Creek drainage area in Meurin County, 
It extends approximately 270 miles from north to south, ranges in width from 
180 miles at the Oregon boundary to about 30 miles in the southern portion, 
and encompasses an area of about 19,000 square miles. 

The development and use of ground water in the North Coastal Region 
varies considerably. Each basin in the region is generally dependent upon 
the availability of surface water sT:?)plie3. Ground water development ranges 
from very slight in some areas, primarily to supply domestic needs, to exten- 
sive in other areas where as much as 90 percent of water requirements are 
met from ground water supplies. 

Of the 19 ground water basins which have been identified in the 
North Coastal Region, 11 have thus far been included in the ground water 
quality monitoring program. These areas, as well as the number of monitored 
wells in each and the sampling times, are listed in the following tabulation. 

Monitored Area 
Smith River Plain (l-l) 
Butte Valley (1-3) 
Shasta Valley (l-U) 
Scott River Valley (1-5) 
Mad River Valley (1-8) 
Eureka Plain (1-9) 
Eel River Valley (1-10) 
Ukiah Valley (l-l5) 



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Sanel Valley (I-I6) 6 September 

Alexander Valley (1-17) 8 September 

Santa Rosa Valley (I-I8) 21 September 



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Although ground water quality in the North Coastal Region remained 
generally good to excellent during 1959, significant changes were noted in ft 
individual wells in a few of the monitored areas. Chlorides and total dis- 
solved solids increased sharply in one well in Mad River Valley, probably due 
to sea-water intrusion. There were also wide fluctuations of chloride content 
in two wells located in the tidal portion of Eel River Valley. Iron remained 
high in a few wells in Smith River Plain. In most of the monitored areas of 
■the North Coastal Region a boron decrease from 1958 to 1959 was noted. Future 
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SMITH RIVER PLAIN (l-l) 

Smith River Plain is located adjacent to the coast in northwestern 
Del Norte Coiinty. The plain extends approximately 18 miles north to south, 
varies in width from about U to 7 miles, and contains an area of about 70 
square miles. It is the largest alluvial area in the county. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Smith River Plain was estab- 
lished in 1953 to maintain a check on grovmd water quality and to detect 
degradation which might result from sea-water intrusion or from local donestic 
waste discharges. In 1959, samples were collected from 16 wells in this area 
during the period of August - October. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The principal source of ground water in the Crescent 
City area is the marine terrace deposits of the Battery formation. River 
terrace and flood plain deposits along the Smith River are locally in5)ortant 
ground water sources. Aquifers of the area are interconnected and unconfined. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately to extensively developed. 
It supplies approximately one-half of the water requirements in the area. 
Well yields range frtm about 20 gallons per minute (gpm) in the marine forma- 
tion to 3hO gpm in the stream channel and flood plain deposits. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for irrigation, muni- 
cipal, domestic and stock watering purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no major waste discharges in the area which 
threaten ground water mineral quality. Effluent from the Crescent City sewage 
treatment plant is discharged into the ocean. However, there is the possi- 
bility of local contamination from individiial septic tanks in the vicinity of 
Crescent City. 

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Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of Smith River Plain are predom- 
inantly magnesium bicarbonate in type and of excellent mineral quality. 
Although no serious problems exist, high iron concentrations are found gen- 
erally throughout the area, and there is a possibility of sea-water intrusion 
in that portion of the basin adjacent to the coast, should ground water levels 
be lowez*ed to such an extent as to reverse the normal seaward hydraulic grad- 
ient. Total iron concentrations exceeded 0.3 parts per million (ppm) in five 
of the wells sampled in 1959. The highest concentration was 8.1 ppm in well 
16n/1W-2Q1, located approximately k miles northeast of Crescent City. In 
1958, boron was noted in a few of the monitored wells. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Comparison of the 1959 analyses with those 
of 1958 showed substantial decreases in boron content in two wells. Well 
16N/1W-15C1, located approximately 2 miles northeast of Crescent City, and 
well 17N/lW-litCl, located near Fort Dick, showed decreases in boron from 1.1 
to 0.0 ppm and from 1.5 to 0.1 ppm, respectively. The cause of the apparent 
high boron concentration in these two wells during 1958 has not been ascer- 
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BUTTE VALLEY (1-3) 

Butte Valley lies in northeastern Siskiyou County about 30 miles 
south of the Oregon border and east of the Cascade Range. The valley floor 
is an irregularly shaped area comprising about 130 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . In 1957, a monitoring program was established in Butte 
Valley to provide information on ground water qiiality and to detect changes 
or trends. Samples were collected from 10 wells during Jiily - September, 1959- 

Ground Water Occurrence . Ground water is contained in various lava flows 
and to a lesser extent in alluvial, fluvio-glacial and lake deposits. With 
a few exceptions, aquifers of this area are generally interconnected and un- 
conf ined . 

Ground Water Development. Ground water in Butte Valley is moderately to 
extensively developed. The fine-grained, relatively impermeable deposits do 
not yield large amounts of water. Along the eastern border of the valley 
irrigation wells yield 900 to 3,000 gpm. The higher yields are believed to 
come principally from the lava deposits. 

Beneficial Uses of Groimd Water . Ground water is used for irrigation, domes- 
tic and stock watering purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no waste discharges in Butte Valley which 
serioiisly threaten ground water quality. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of Butte Valley are generally 
bicarbonate in type, with low to moderate mineral concentrations. A few 
wells, however, produce highly mineralized water, probably originating in 
buried lakebed deposits in the east side of the valley. Past analyses of 



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waters from well 47N/1W-23H1, located approximately k miles south of Dorris, 
indicate that this well contains total dissolved solids considerahly in ex- 
cess of that found in other monitored wells in the area. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Well U7N/IW-23HI, mentioned above, has 
shown a progressive increase in mineralization since its inclusion in the 
monitoring program in March 1957 > at which time the total dissolved solids 
content was 1,550 ppm. This increased to 2,6T0 ppm in Aiagust 1957, and to 
2,800 ppm in July 1959- Chlorides also increased during this period (see 
fluctuation graph). The cause of the increased mineralization in well 
i4-7N/lW-23Hl is not known but may be due to casing failure resulting from 
rusting, permitting a greater portion of the water yield to come from the 
buried lake bed deposits which contain highly mineralized water. The 1959 
analyses showed significant decreases in boron concentrations in 5 of the 
10 monitored wells, the greatest of which was a decrease from O.'jk to 0.00 
ppm In well U6n/1W-17B1, located near Macdoel. 



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SHASTA VALLEY (l-U) 

Shasta Valley lies in central Siskijrou County, between the Klamath 
Mountains on the west and the Cascade Range on the east. The valley is nearly 
oval in shape, has a north-south length of about 30 miles, a maximum width of 
about 15 miles, and cOTiprises an area of approximately 250 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . The presence of highly mineralized ground waters, known 
to occur in certain geologic formations in the area, prompted the establish- 
ment of a monitoring program in Shasta Valley in 1957. The monitoring program 
includes all but a small area in the eastern portion of the valley. During 
1959* samples were collected from eight wells, mostly in July. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The most prolific aquifer in Shasta Valley is the 
Pluto's Cave basalt irfiich is a highly permeable, black lava flow. Lenses of 
gravel and sand in the Recent alluvium and lavas of the Western Cascade series 
are locally important sources of ground water. In general, ground water is 
unconf ined . 

Ground Water Development . There is moderate to extensive development for 
domestic and stock watering needs and limited development for irrigation and 
municipal uses. Well yields range from 120 to li,000 gpm and average about 
1,300 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Gro\ind water is used primarily for domestic 
and stock watering purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no large waste discharges in Shasta Valley. 
Municipal sewage originating fi^ra small communities is a source of limited 
water quality iiqjairment. Proper disposal methods have prevented this from 



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beccaiing a more seriovis water quality problem. 

Evaluation of Water Quality. Gro\md waters of Shasta Valley are generally a 
calcium-magnesium bicarbonate type with good to excellent mineral qualities, 
althoTigh moderately to very hard. There are no extensive ground water quality 
problems; however, wells yielding high concentrations of boron, chloride, 
sodium and potassium are found in rather limited areas in the northern and 
central portion of the monitored area. Those waters high in boron appear to 
be derived from the older volcanic rocks of the Western Cascades. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Comparison of analyses of samples collected 
in 1959 with those of 1958 showed significant boron decreases in two wells. 
Boron in well I43N/6W-2IRI, located 2 miles northwest of Gazelle, decreased 
from 0.7 ppm in 1958 to 0.0 ppm in 1959. In well UUJ/5W-32F1, located k miles 
east of Montague, during the same period boron decreased from 1.3 to 0.6 ppm, 
as shown on the qtiality fluctuation graph. The highest boron concentration 
in 1959 was 1.2 ppm, in well UIiN/liW-dMl, located 1.5 miles north of Big Springs. 



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SOOTT RIVER VALLET (1-5) 

Scott River Valley is located in western Siskiyou Coimty about 
?8 miles south of the California-Oregon boundary. The monitored portion has 
i north-south length of 22 miles, a maximum width of about 10 miles, and com- 
xises an area of approximately 60 square miles. 

fonltoring Program. A monitoring program was established in Scott River Valley 



Ln 1957 to observe ground water quality and to detect significant changes. 
During July 1959, samples were collected from five wells in this area. 

3round Water Occurrence. The only water-bearing forwation of importance is 



the younger alluvium conqDrised of stream channel, flood plain, and alluvial 
fan deposits. The most permeable deposits are located between Fort Jones and 
Stna. Ground water confineroent occ\irs only in the west side alluvial fans. 

Sround Water Development. Ground water comprises only a small portion of the 
total amo\mt of water used. There is moderate to extensive development for 
domestic and livestock supplies and limited development for irrigation. Yields 
of irrigation wells located in the stream channel and flood plain deposits 
range from 1,250 to 2,500 gpm. 

• Beneficial Uses of Grovmd Water . Gro\md waters are used principally for dom- 
estic purposes and to a lesser extent for inrigation. 

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Major Waste Discharges . There are no large waste discharges in Scott River 
Valley. Sewage from the towns of Etna, Fort Jones and other communities are 
minor and do not threaten the quality of ground water. 

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ally of excellent mineral quality and, although moderately to very hard, are 



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suitable for most beneficial uses. While analyses showed significant concen- 
trations of boron in three wells in 1958, none were found in 1959. 



Significant Water Quality Changes . Comparison of analyses of samples collected 
in 1959 with those of 1958 showed decreases in boron concentrations in the 
three wells which contained boron in 1958. The greatest was a decrease from 
0.8 to 0.0 ppm in well UUn/9W-3UR1, located approximately 1 mile northwest 
of Fort Jones. 



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MAD RIVER VALLEY (1-8) 

Mad River Valley is located in the coastal portion of Humboldt 
Covinty immediately north of Humboldt Bay. It is bounded on the north and east 
by the Coast Range. The monitored area is approximately rectangular in shape, 
is about 10 miles in length, north to south, and extends inland an average of 
about 3 miles. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Mad River Valley was established 
in 1957 to detect sea-water intrusion and observe the general quality of 
ground waters in the basin. Samples were collected from 12 wells in this 
area dvtring September 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Alluvium constitutes the major source of ground 
water and includes stream terrace, flood plain and estuarine deposits; other 
water-bearing fonnations include the semi-consolidated Hookton formation and 
dtine sand. Confined ground water occurs in the Hookton formation, which con- 
sists of continental and marine deposits. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is slightly to moderately developed, 
principally for domestic and irrigation srqjplies. Wells yield up to 100 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for domestic, irriga- 
tion, municipal and industrial si;5)plies. 

Major Waste Discharges , Effluent from the City of Areata sewage treatment 
plant is the only major waste discharge in this basin. It is discharged 
into Humboldt Bay. Waste discharges from the various small industries in 
the area do not constitute a threat to ground water qxxality at the present 
time. 



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EUREKA PLAIN (1-9) 

Eureka Plain is located in Htmboldt County adjacent to Humboldt 
Bay. It varies up to approximately 6 miles in width, is about 12 miles long, 
aid includes an area of about 70 square miles. Elk River is the principal 
stream in the basin. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Eureka Plain was established 
in 1958 to detect evidence of sea-water intrusion and observe general ground 
water quality. In September 1959, samples were collected from six wells. 

Gro\md Water Occurrence . The principal aqtiifer is the Hookton formation, of 
continental and marine origin, in which ground water is confined. Unconfined 
ground water occurs in alluvium and dime sand of limited area and thickness. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is slightly developed in this basin. 
Wells in the Hookton formation yield from 10 to 30 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for domestic, irri- 
gation and livestock watering purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges , There are three major waste discharges in this area, 
all of which consist of effluent from sewage treatment plants serving the 
City of Eureka. Disposal is directly into Humboldt Bay. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . With the exception of water from a few wells 
near the coast which contain high mineral concentrations, the chemical quality 
of ground water in Eureka Plain is good. Waters from the alluvium are mostly 
calciumnmagnesium bicarbonate in character and moderately hard, while waters 
from the dime sand near the shore are sodivmi chloride in character. 



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Significant Water Qiiality Changes . In well 5N/1E-18Q1 boron increased from 
0.72 to 1.7 ppm between September 1958 and September 1959. The cause of this 
boron increase has not been ascertained. 



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EEL RIVER VALLEY (l-lO) 

Eel River Valley is located in the west central portion of Humboldt 
County. The monitored portion is about 8 miles wide at the coast, extending 
inland about 18 miles. The valley contains an area of about 75 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . The possibility of sea-water intrusion prompted the estab- 
lishment of a monitoring program in the area in 1956. During 1959, samples 
were collected from 15 wells during the period July - October. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The major source of ground water is alluvium. 
Secondary sources include d\me sand and older, semi-consolidated sediments. 
Unconfined aquifers occur in the alluvium, while ground water in the older 
sediments is confined. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately to extensively developed 
for domestic and irrigation uses. Wells in the alluvium yield more than 600 
gpm. Those in the older, serai-consolidated sediments yield 30 gpm or less. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used primarily for domestic 
and irrigation purposes, and to a lesser extent for municipal purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no major waste discharges in the area. 
Minor waste discharges consist mainly of sewage effluent from the various 
small towns in the area. Treated sewage from Ferndale is discharged into 
the Salt River, and from Rio Dell into the Eel River. Septic tanks are 
employed by individual householders in the remaining communities. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of this area are generally of 
excellent mineral quality and suitable for most uses, except where affected 
by sea-water intrusion. A seaward hydraulic gradient normally existsj however. 



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heavy ground water pumping during the summer frequently lowers the water table 
below sea level in a small area adjacent to the coast. This allows saline 
water from the tidal portion of Eel River to enter and degrade fresh water- 
bearing deposits. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Con5)arison of analyses of samples col- 
lected in 1959 with those of previous years showed wide fluctuations in 
chloride concentrations in two wells located in the tidal portion of Eel 
River. Since December 1956, chlorides in wells 3N/2W-13J1 and 27G1 have 
varied from $3 to 1,502 ppm and from 300 to l,6l5 ppn, respectively (see 
flucttiation graphs). These fluctuations are due to sea-water intrusion. 
(See map of monitored area for the approximate limit of sea-water intrusion 
as determined by the line of 300 ppm chloride concentration.) 



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DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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URIAH VALLEY (l-l5) 

Ukiah Valley lies along the Russian River in southeastern Mendo- 
cino County. It is approximately 22 miles in length with a maximum width of 
5 miles and 65 square miles in area. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program was established in Ukiah Valley 
in 1953 to detect quality changes that might result from mineralized springs 
which exist along the edges of the valley. Eleven wells were sampled in this 
area during the period September - October 1959. 

Ground Water Development . The major source of ground water is alluvixnn, 
which is ccmprised of flood plain, stream teirrace, and channel deposits. 
Serai-consolidated older sediments, exposed on the edges of the valley, con- 
stitute a secondary source. Aquifers in this area are unconfined. 

Ground Water Development . There is slight to moderate ground water develop- 
nent. Wells in the terrace deposits yield vp to 15 gpm, and those in the 
alluvium yield from 50 to 200 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The principal uses of ground water are 
domestic, industrial and irrigation. 

Major Waste Discharges . The major waste discharges in this area are: 
(1) 1.0 million gallons per day (mgd) effluent from the City of Ukiah sewage 
treatment plant, (2) 0.72 mgd industrial waste from the Masonite Corpora- 
tion in Ukiah, and (3) 0.U3 mgd effluent from the Mendocino State Hospital 
at Talmage. The latter waste is discharged, after treatment, into percola- 
tion ponds; the other two are discharged directly into the Russian River. 



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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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SANEL VALLEY (1-16) 

Sanel Valley lies along the Russian River in southeastern Mendocino 
County, about 12 nlles south of Ukiah. It is an irregularly-shaped area of 
about 11.5 square miles. 

Monitoring Progran. A monitoring program was established in Sanel Valley in 
1956 because of the presence in the area of ground waters containing excessive 
concentrations of boron. Sanples were collected from six wells in Septosber 
1959. 

Qroimd Water Occurrence . The principal aquifer is the unconsolidated alluvium 
deposited by the Russian River. Ground water is generally unconfined, with 
ihe exception of local pressure effects. 

Qround Water Development . Ground water is slightly to moderately developed. 
Wells located in terrace deposits yield from 5 to 50 gpmj those in coarse 
alluvium, frcan 750 to 1,250 gjaa. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Most domestic and municipal requirements 
are siqsplied by ground water. Irrigation requirements adjacent to the R\issian 
River are met by direct diversion from the river. The remainder of the irri- 
gated cu:eas are served almost exclusively by ground water. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no large waste discharges in this area. 
Individual sewage disposal systems are ccmmonly used for domestic wastes. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Sanel Valley are generally 
magnesium-calcium bicarbonate in type and, although moderately hard, are 
suitable for most beneficial uses. Ground waters high in boron are known to 
occur in \mder lying geologic formations. 



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ALEXANDER VALLEY (1-17) 

Alexander Valley lies along the Russian River in northern Sonoma 
Cotinty. The monitored portion is approximately Ik miles long, about 1.5 
miles wide, and comprises an area of about 20 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . To detect quality changes a monitoring program was estab- 
lished in Alexander Valley in 1957. Sanples were collected from eight wells 
in September 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The principal aquifers are the younger alluvium 
and the Glen Ellen formation. Older consolidated and volcanic rocks produce 
only meager yields. 

Ground Water Development . There is moderate development for domestic pxjr- 
poses but only limited development for irrigation. The alluvium yields from 
200 to 500 gpm and the Glen Ellen formation yields vp to UOO gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of GroTind Water . Ground water is used primarily for dcMnestic 

purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . Disposal of wineiy waste water into unlined ponds is 
a potential source of degradation of ground water in the northern portion of 
Alexander Valley. Domestic sewage is generally disposed of by individual 
septic tanks and does not now constitute a threat to ground water quality. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Alexander Valley are generally 
of low mineral content and suitable for most beneficial uses; however, some 
of the ground waters are moderately to very hard. Ground waters containing 
high concentrations of boron are known to occur in this valley. It is 



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DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

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SANTA ROSA VALLEY (I-I8) 

Santa Rosa Valley lies in central Sonoma County. The monitored 
area includes Santa Rosa Valley, a portion of the Russian River flood plain 
bordering the Santa Rosa Valley on the northwest, and Bennett, Rincon, and 
Kenwood Valleys which lie to the east of Santa Rosa Valley. The area is 
about 25 miles long, k to 12 miles wide, and con?)rises approximately 150 
square miles. 

Monitoring Program. To maintain a check on existing ground water quality and 
to detect changes in quality due to high concentrations of boron and sodium, 
which occur locally in the area, a monitoring program was established in Santa 
Rosa Valley in 1957. During September 1959, samples were collected from 21 
wells in this area. 

i Ground Water Occurrence . The principal aquifers are the Sonoma volcanics, 
the Glen Ellen fonnation and the Merced formation. Confinement occurs locally. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed for most 
beneficial uses. It constitutes about 90 percent of the water used in the 
valley. Wells in the area yield ^xp to 1,500 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for domestic, municipal, 
industrial, irrigation and stock watering piirposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges in the area are effluent 
from sewage treatment plants serving the Cities of Santa Rosa, Sebastopol and 
Healdsburg. There are also several industrial waste discharges in the vicinity 
of Santa Rosa. After treatment, these sewages and industrial wastes are dis- 
charged into Santa Rosa Creek or Mark West Creek and thence into the Russian 
River. 

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Evaluation of Water Qtiality . Ground waters in Santa Rosa Valley are generally 
bicarbonate in type with sodium the predominant cation, although sodium seldom 
exceeds $0 percent of the base constituents. The waters, although moderately 
to very hard, are generally excellent in quality and suitable for most bene- 
ficial uses. However, high concentrations of boron occur locally, and sodium 
percentages in certain wells are in excess of those recommended for irriga- 
tion use. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of samples collected during 1959 
showed significant changes in boron concentrations in four of the monitoring 
wells. In well 8N/9W-36P1, located approximately 1 mile south of the Sonoma 
County airport, boron increased from 0.62 to U.O ppm between July 1958 and 
September 1959. Chlorides in this well increased from 3h to 110 ppm diiring the 
same period. This well is 1,0U8 feet deep and may at times withdraw inter- 
mingled connate waters which occur at greater depths. Boron concentrations 
decreased significantly in three other wells. The greatest decrease was from 
1.2 to O.U ppm in well 6N/7W-17E1, located approximately 3 miles northeast 
of Cotati. 



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SAN FRANCISCO BAY REGION (NO. 2) 



The San Francisco Bay Region includes all of the basins which drain 
into San Francisco Bay, San Pablo Bay and that portion of Suisun Bay below 
Antioch. It includes portions of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Santa 
Clara, San Mateo, Solano and Sonoma Counties, and all of San Francisco County. 
This region extends about 12$ miles from north to south, averages about li5 
miles in an east-west direction and comprises an area of about htkOO square 
miles (Plate 1). 

Ground water development in the San Francisco Bay Region, while not 
as extensive as that in other areas of the State, has been an important fac- 
tor in the economy of the area. In those portions of the region where surface 
supplies were not readily available, early development was accomplished by 
resorting to ground water pumping. As development of the region continued 
and demands for water exceeded the available supply, the major metropolitan 
areas undertook vast projects to import water supplies from great distances. 
Many of the agricviltural, industrial and domestic requirements in the outlying 
areas are still met by ground water pimping. 

Within the boimdaries of this region, 11 major ground water basins 
I have been identified. As of 1959, eight of these basins were included in the 
t monitoring program. These areas, the number of wells in each, and the sampling 
times are listed in the following tabulation. 



Monitored Area 
Petaluma Valley (2-1) 
Napa-Sonoma Valley (2-2) 
I Suisun-Fairfield Valley (2-3) 
Pittsburg Plain (2-U) 



Number of Wells 


Sampling Time 


26 


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36 


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15 


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Monitored Area 
Clayton Valley (2-5) 
Tgnacio Valley (2-6) 
Santa Clara Valley (2-9) 

East Bay Area 

South Bay Area 
Livermore Valley (2-10) 

There were no general changes observed in ground water quality in 
the San Francisco Bay Region during 1959. Individiial wells in Santa Clara 
Valley showed progressive increases in chlorides, especially in wells pumping 
from the upper aquifer. These increases are attributed to continued sea- 
water intrusion in the area. 



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8 


July 


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July 


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PETALUMA VALLEY (2-1) 

Petaluma Valley is located at the north end of San Pablo Bay in 
Sonoma and Marin Counties. The valley extends northwestward from the bay 
for about 16 miles and occupies an area of approximately hS square miles. 
The segment fronting the bay is reclaimed tidal marshlands. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Petaluma Valley was established 
in 1958 to maintain a check on sea-water intrusion. The monitoring program 
for 1959 included sampling of 26 wells. Twenty of these wells, in the area 
affected by sea-water intrusion, were sampled in the spring and fall of 1959. 
The remaining six wells were sampled once during the fall of 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Petaluma Valley is a structural depression underlain 
with a thick series of water-bearing materials. Ground water occurs prin- 
cipally in younger alluvium, older alluvium and the Merced formation. Meager 
to moderate yields are also obtained fran the Sonoma volcanics and the Petaluma 
formation. 

Ground Water Development . Most of the ground water development in the Petaluma 
Valley is in the northern portion, where wells generally yield from 150 to 
300 gpm. One well, however, has a reported yield of about 650 gpm. In the 
southern part of the valley yields are generally less than 30 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The greater part of southern Petaluma and 
Novate Valleys is at or below sea level, and much of this land has been 
reclaimed. Only the gro\md water in the ijqjper portion of the valleys has 
been developed for agriculture and iirban use. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The major waste discharge consists of domestic and 
industrial wastes from the City of Petalxma which are discharged to Petaluma 

Creek after secondary treatment. Domestic wastes from Hamilton Air Force 

I 
Base are discharged directly to San Pablo Bay after primary treatment. Neither | 

of these wastes is a present threat to ground water quality. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . The water from the younger and older alluvium I 
and the Merced formation is generally of good quality. Water from the shal- 
lower wells is of calcium bicarbonate type with deeper wells producing sodium 

I 
bicarbonate type. Salt water has intruded the aquifers beneath the tidal marsh-! 

lands and produced sodium chloride type water which is highly mineralized. 

Some wells in the southern and central portion of the area, adjacent to Petaluma 

I 
Creek, produce water high in boron which makes them unsuitable for irrigation 

of some crops. A few wells in the valley show iron concentrations in excess 

of those recommended for domestic use. It appears that sea-water intrusion in 

Petaluma Valley is not occurring directly from the bay by subsurface inflow, 

but through the downward and lateral movement of surface and near- surface 

brackish and saline waters. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . A con5)arison of analyses of 1958 with those 
of 1959 showed only minor changes in mineral concentrations. The seasonal 
fluctuations of wells sampled in the spring and fall of 1959 are, in general, 
not great. One well, 3N/6W-5A1, showed an increase in chloride concentration 
from 3,500 ppm in the spring of 1959 to 5,120 ppm in the fall of 1959. How- 
ever, chlorides decreased in well iiN/7W-2Dl from 10,600 to 9,200 ppm during 
the same period. These two wells are located about 6 miles apart on the west 
side of Petaluma Creek. The area of degraded ground water in the vicinity of 
Petaluma has apparently increased and has moved northwestward during the period 
195U to 1959 as shown by the 100 ppm isochlors on the following map. 

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LEGEND 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

PETALUMA VALLEY 



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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

PETALUMA VALLEY 

SCALE OF MILES 

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NAPA-SONOMA VALLEY (2-2) 

Napa and Sonoma Valleys are north-northwest trending, alluviated 
▼alleys located at the southern end of the northern Coast Range Mountains 
in Napa and Sonrana Counties. They occupy structural depressions and drain 
southerly into San Pablo Bay. The two valleys merge about 5 miles from the 
northern margin of San Pablo Bay and become marshland. The tidal marshlands 
along San Pablo Bay are at or near sea level. Some of the land has been re- 
claimed and is as much as 5 feet below sea level. Napa Valley and Sonoma 
Valley comprise about 85 and 35 square miles, respectively. 

Monitoring Program . A ground water monitoring program was established in 
Napa-Sonoma Valley in 1958 to detect any evidence of sea-water intrusion. 
During 1959, 36 wells were sampled in the spring and fall. 

Ground Water Occurrence. The principal body of groxind water in Napa and 
Sonoma Valleys occurs in the younger and older alltrvium. Appreciable quan- 
tities are also pumped locally from the Sonoma Volcanics. Ground water, gen- 
erally unconfined, moves from the margins of the valleys to the center and 
then southward to the bay. Some confinement is indicated by the presence of 
a few flowing wells. The most productive of these artesian wells is reported 
to flow about 97 gpm. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water in Napa-Sonoma Valley is moderately 
to extensively developed. The ground water supply is not abundant, and in 
some parts of the valleys, it is inadequate. Although the alluvium yields 
water freely to wells, large yields are uncommon because of limited thicknesses 
of the aquifers. The yields are generally in the order of 20 to 50 gpm, 
although a few large irrigation wells produce up to ItOO gpm. 



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Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Most of the water used in the two valleys 
is for domestic and irrigation requirements. Non-irrigated agriculture such 
as dairy and stock watering reqviires smaller amounts. There are some indus- 
trial uses in Napa Valley. 

Major Waste Discharges . The major waste discharge in Napa Valley consists of 
effluent from Napa County Sanitation District No. 1. The sewage and indus- 
trial wastes amount to U.l mgd and are disposed of, after secondary treatment, 
in Napa River below the City of Napa. Smaller discharges are made by Napa 
State Hospital, the Veterans Home, and the communities of Yountville, Oakville, 
Rutherford, St. Helena and Calistoga. In Sonoma Valley, Sonoma Valley Sani- 
tary District discharges 1.0 mgd of domestic wastes after secondary treatment 
to Schell Slough which is interconnected to San Pablo Bay by tidal waterways. 
Smaller discharges are made by Sonoma State Home and several wineries. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground water in most of Napa and Sonoma Valley 
is satisfactory for most uses. Sodium bicarbonate and sodium chloride are 
the most frequently occijrring types of water in these basins. Better quality 
water is generally extracted from the alluviim than from the older formations. 
Ground water in the Sonoma volcanics is generally not as desirable in quality 
as that contained in the alluvium. Acid water, highly mineralized connate 
water, and water having undesirable taste, odor, or excessive boron and iron 
concentrations are encountered in many of the wells drilled into the Sonoma 
volcanics on the east side of Napa Valley. A potential intrusion of brackish 
waters from San Pablo Bay exists in the lower end of the valleys at times of 
heavy groiind water withdrawals. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Chloride concentration in well i4N/5W-32Bl 
located near the bay showed a large increase, from 321 ppm in August 1958 to 



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1,320 ppra in September 1959. Chloride concentration in well 5N/5W-33K1 near 
Schellville was high in March 1958 and remained about the same in September 
1959, with 2,600 and 2,5UO ppm respectively. Well 9N/7W-25N1 in the T^per 
end of the basin showed excessive boron concentration which varied from 12 ppm 
in August 1958 to 7.8 ppm in March 1959 and increased to II4 ppm in September 
1959. Areas where chloride concentrations in Napa and Sonoma Valleys exceeded 
100 ppm during 1959 are shown on the following map. 



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SUISUN-FAIRFIELD VALLEY (2-3) 

The monitored area is located in the southwestern portion of Solano 
County and includes Suisun Valley, Green Valley, and the Birds Landing- 
Collinsville area. The small valleys widen and merge with the tidal marshes 
along SuisTin Bay. The monitored area is approximately 16 miles long, about 
12 miles in width and covers an area of about 12$ square miles. 

Monitoring Program . A network of 1$ monitoring wells was established in 
Suisun-Fairfield Valley in the fall of 1958 to observe sea-water intrusion 
and detect significant changes in ground water qxiality. During 1959, water 
samples were collected from 11 of the 15 wells in the spring and again in the 
fall. The remaining four wells were sampled once. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The water bearing formations comprise younger allu- 
vium, older alluvium and the Sonoma Volcanics. The thickness of the younger 
alluvium averages about 20 feet at the northern end of the valley and gradually 
increases to more than 60 feet at the southern end, the greatest thickness 
being along Suisun Creek. The valley floor north and northeast of Fairfield 
is underlain by consolidated rocks at shallow depths and considered as essen- 
tially non-water bearing. Most of the water pumped from wells in Suisun- 
Fairfield Valley is probably obtained from the older alluvium. The thickness 
of this formation varies from feather edges along the margin of the basin to 
about 200 feet near Fairfield. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed in the area 
west of Fairfield. Consequently, pumping depressions occurred in 1950 and 
1957, centered about 2| miles southwest of Fairfield. Because of the poor 
quality water, the low permeability of sediments, and small yields, the area 
east of Fairfield is only moderately developed. There are only domestic and 

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stock wells in this area. Silt, clay and sand make xip the younger Recent 
alluvium which has a low permeability and generally yields small amounts of 
water. Well yields range from 20 to 565 gpm and average about 200 gpm for 
the entire area. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The beneficial uses of ground water are 
municipal, iiTigation, industrial, domestic and stock watering. 

Major Waste Discharges . The two major waste discharges located in this area 
are domestic wastes of about 1.6 ragd from Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District 
discharged to Suisun Slough after primary treatment, and domestic and indus- 
trial wastes of 1.2 mgd from Travis Air Force Base discharged to Union Creek j 
after primary treatment. These discharges are made in the lower end of the j 
basin and to tidal waters. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Under natural conditions, ground water moves 
southward from the margins of the valley towards the tidal marshes. However, 
in the vicinity of Fairfield a ptonping depression has reversed the gradient 
of the ground water table. This poses a problem of potential encroachment of 
sea water fron the bay. In addition to the sea water intrusion problem, high 
concentrations of boron and sodium are found in wells in the southeastern 
portion of the monitored area. High boron concentrations are also found in 
wells in the vicinity of Fairfield. Usable ground water is of calcium and -A 
sodium bicarbonate type and is generally hard and slightly alkaline. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . The quality of ground waters has not 
changed significantly in the two year period of record. Chloride concentration 
in well 3N/1E-22F2 near Birds Landing decreased from 275 ppm in 1958 to 210 ppm 
in May 1959 and increased to 2U0 ppm in September 1959, when it was resampled. 



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Boron concentration in well 5N/2W-3UB near Fairfield remained fairly constant 
from August 1958 to May 1959 when 3.2 and 3.3 ppm respectively were recorded. 
The boron concentration in this well decreased to 2.5 ppm in September 1959. 



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PITTSBURG PLAIN (2-1+) 

The Pittsbiirg Plain occupies a narrow terrace fronting on the Sac- 
ramento River, New York Slough and the San Joaquin River, between Clayton 
Valley on the west and the Sacrajaento-San Joaquin Delta on the east in north- 
eastern Contra Costa County. The monitored area is approximately 5 miles 
long, 2 miles wide and covers an area of about 10 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . A monitoring program was established in Pittsburg Plain 
in 1957 to provide information on ground water quality in the area and to 
detect significant changes. Three wells were sampled during July - November 
1959- 

Ground Water Occurrence . The available ground water occurs in a thin section 
of alluvium and in the older Pittsburg formation. 

Ground Water Development . There is only limited development of ground water 
in Pittsburg Plain, due in part to the poor quality water underlying the area 
and the importation of surface water by Contra Costa Canal. In the 1930's 
many industries in the Pittsburg area pumped ground water. The heavy pumpage 
created an overdraft and permitted saline waters to encroach in the ground 
water reservoirs near the bays. Pumping has since decreased and most of the 
water now used is surface water. Well yields range from 100 to 15O gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is presently used to a limited 
extent for industrial, irrigation and domestic purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . The municipalities and a large number of industries 
including chemicals, steel, power development, rubber goods, paper products, 
food processing, gypsum products, asbestos products and roofing materials 



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are located along the waterfront and discharge their wastes into the tidal 
waters. Disposal of these wastes to tidal waters is not considered detri- 
mental to the underlying ground water in this area at the present time. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters underlying Pittsburg Plain are 
generally of poor quality. They are sodium chloride and sodium sulfate type 
waters, high in mineral content and are extremely hard. Unless softened, the 
waters are not suitable for some domestic and industrial uses. Res\ilts of 
radiological assays during 1959 indicate maximum gross radioactivity as 8.9I 
micromicrocuries per liter (^p,c/l). 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Well 2N/1E-TR1, the most westerly well 
sampled in this area, showed an increase in total dissolved solids from 
1,560 to 1,720 ppm between August I958 and July I959. Well 2N/2E-20A1, the 
most easterly well in the area, showed a small decrease in total dissolved 
solids from 986 to 907 ppm. Small decreases in chloride, soditmi and sulfate 
ion concentrations also occurred in this well. 



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CLAYTON VALLEY (2-5) 

Clayton Valley is located in north central Contra Costa County and 
extends from the foot of Mt. Diablo to Suisun Bay. It has a northwest- 
southeast trending axial length of about 10 miles, a maximum width of about 
3 miles, and includes an area of approximately 20 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . To observe the ground water quality and to detect sig- 
nificant changes, a monitoring program was established in Clayton Valley in 
1957. Eight wells were sampled either in July or November of 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The primary aquifer in this area is the Recent alluvium, 
C(»np>osed of clay, gravel and sand. A secondary aquifer consists mainly of 
the Pleistocene Pittsbrirg formation composed of continental clay, gravel and 
sand. The terrace deposits along the south shore of Suisun Bay are considered 
a part of the secondary aquifer. 

Ground Water Development . There is only limited development of ground water 
in Clayton Valley. This area is served with surface water by Contra Costa 
Canal and California Water Service Company. Consequently, the pumpage of 
ground water has decreased. Well yields range from about 100 to 150 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water. The present ground water pumping is limited 
to industrial use, a small amount of irrigation use and a municipal supply 
pumped by California Water Service to augment the Sacramento River water. 

Major Waste Discharges . An oil refinery located in the northern end of Clay- 
ton Valley which discharges its wastes into Suisun Bay is the only significant 
source of wastes in the area. These wastes are not considered to be a present 
threat to ground water quality. 



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Evaluation of Water Quality . With the exception of high boron content in 
some of the wells, the ground waters in Clayton Valley are generally of good 
to excellent mineral quality and are suitable for irrigation purposes. The 
waters are primarily bicarbonate type with sodium or magnesium the predominant 
cations. Excessive hardness makes the water undesirable for domestic and 
some industrial uses, unless softened. Results of radiological assays during 
1959 showed the maximum gross radioactivity was 7.35 \nic/l. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of eight samples collected in 

1959 showed only a few changes in mineral quality compared with previous analyse. 

The boron concentration in well 2N/1W-30K1 decreased from 0.7 to 0.U3 ppm 

and increased to l.U ppm between 1957 and 1959. Well 2N/2W-26B1 showed a more 

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IQNACIO VALLEY (2-6) 

Tgnacio Valley is located in northern Contra Costa Covinty and is 
contiguous with Clayton Valley. The two ground water basins are separated 
I by the Concord fault which acts as a hydrologic barrier between the basins. 
The monitored area is about 10 miles long, varies in width from 1 to 6 miles 
and encompasses an area of approximately 20 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Ygnacio Valley was established 
in 1957 to maintain a check on the ground water quality and to detect signi- 
ficant changes. Nine wells were sanq)led during July - November 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Chief sources of ground water are the Recent allu- 
vium and the Pittsburg formation underlying Clayton Valley. Several pressure 
zones probably existed, but deepening of wells and increased pumping draft 
apparently resulted in pressure relief, causing the ground water reservoir 
to function as an unconfined aquifer. 

Ground Water Development . There is only moderate development of ground water 
in Tgnacio Valley. This area is also served with surface water by Contra 
Costa Canal and California Water Service Company. The many industries located 
in the Pittsburg area in the 1930 's pumped ground water extensively, creating 
an overdraft which permitted saline water from the bay to intrude into the 
nearby ground water reservoirs. Pumping has since decreased and the majority 
of water now used is surface water. The larger wells yield \xp to 500 gpm, 
with the average withdrawal capacity being about 200 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The present ground water pumping is limited 

to some industrial uses, small irrigation requirements and domestic supplies. 

The California Water Service Company pumps from 19 wells in U well fields to 

augment the surface water supplies for municipal use. 

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Major Waste Discharges . Two major waste discharges are located in Tgnacio 
Valley. The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District discharges U.9 mgd of 
domestic and seasonal cannery wastes to Grayson Creek after primary clarifi- 
cation and oxidation pond treatment. The City of Concord discharges approxi- 
mately 2,3 mgd to Walnut Creek after primary clarification and oxidation pond 
treatment. Because it is possible for water in these creeks to percolate 
to ground water, these wastes are considered a potential source of degradation. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . In the vicinity of Pacheco, sodium chloride 
water is found which may be due to sea-water intrusion. Boron in excess of 
0.5 ppm is present throughout the valley. Some wells show concentrations of 
sulfates and nitrates which are far above the limits recommended in drinking 
water standards. Ground waters in this basin are also extremely hard. Results 
of radiological analyses during 1959 indicated the maximum gross radioactivity 
was 7.57 M^c/l. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . The quality of ground waters has not 
changed significantly since the previous reporting period. The analyses in- 
dicate only a slight increase in total dissolved solids between 1957 and 1959, 
consisting mostly of increases in sulfates, chlorides and calcium. 



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DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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SANTA CLARA VALLEY, EAST BAY AREA (2-9) 

The East Bay area of Santa Clara Valley is located in Alameda County 
between the base of the western slope of the Diablo Range and San Francisco 
Bay. It extends from the City of Albany on the north to the Alameda-Santa 
Clara county line on the south, and comprises an area of about lliO square miles. 

Monitoring Program . A ground water quality monitoring program was established 
in the East Bay area in 1953, primarily to maintain surveillance on the quality 
of ground water in the areas subject to sea -water intrusion. Fifty-eight wells 
were sampled in the spring of 1959 and 31 of these were resampled in the 
autumn. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Water-bearing formations include unconsolidated 
alluvial deposits of late Quaternary age and older, semi-consolidated sedi- 
ments of Tertiary-Quaternary age. These consist of layers and lenses of sand 
and gravel separated by thick layers of silt and clay. This interlayering of 
the extensive, relatively impermeable clays and the permeable alluvial sands 
and gravels has resulted in the formation of confined aquifers beneath the 
greater part of the bay plain area. 

The confined ground water portion of the Niles cone contains three 

fairly well defined aquifers above iiOO feet in depth. They are thick, rela- 

1 

' tively continuous, and separated from one another by blue clay layers. The 

"upper aquifer", capped by a clay layer approximately UO feet in thickness, 

extends to a maximum depth of approximately 175 feetj the "Centerville aquifer" 

occiirs between 190 and 200 feet below the siirface; and the "Fremont aquifer" 

]| between approximately 250 and IiOO feet. All of these aquifers and their 

confining clay layers extend westward beneath San Francisco Bay. The "upper 

aquifer" is essentially open to infiltration of salt water from the bay. 



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Aquifers that are probably equivalent to, but discontinuous with, those in 
the Niles cone occur beneath the surface of the San Leandro and San Lorenzo 
cones. However, these aquifers are much thinner and less extensive. 

Qro\md Water Development . The greater portion of the water requirement in 
the southern part of the area is met tij pumping from the alluvial deposits of 
the Niles cone. Draft on ground water resources within this cone has in- 
creased to such an extent that ground water levels remain perennially below 
sea level throughout a large portion of the area. Yields of wells drawing 
from the various aquifers are highly variable. Limited data indicate that 
yields frcm the "upper aquifer" range from 100 to more than 1,000 gpm, while 
yields frcxn the deeper aquifers range from 250 to 1,800 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . In the northern portion of the East Bay 
area, ground water is used only in small amounts by private individuals and 
industries. In the central and southern portion, however, ground water is 
used extensively for irrigated agriculture and, to a lesser extent, for urban 
and industrial requirements. 

Major Waste Discharges . The major waste discharges are sewage or industrial 
effluent from the Cities of Hayward and San Leandro, Oro Loraa Sanitary Dis- 
trict, Union Sanitary District, Holly Sugar Company and West Vaco Chemical 
Division. The largest of these discharges consists of 6.U mgd of primary 
treated wastes frcsn the Oro Loma Sanitary District; the smallest consists of 
1.3 mgd of untreated wastes from West Vaco Chemical Division. Disposal is 
to tidal waters of San Francisco Bay. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Native ground waters of this area are calcium- 
magnesium bicarbonate in type, generally of good mineral quality, and suitable 



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for most uses. Waters from the forebay area generally contain low to mod- 
erate araoiints of total dissolved solids, chlorides and boron. High boron 
concentrations are present in water from wells in the vicinity of Newark and 
in the proximity of the Hayward and Mission faults. The Hayward fault extends 
along the base of the hills from north of San Leandro to Niles, and then across 
alluvial deposits to Irvington. The Mission fault is located east of Niles. 
These faults probably allow poor quality water that originates at depth to 
move upward and degrade ground water. Sea-water intrusion in this area was 
first detected by the presence of high chloride concentrations in the "upper 
aquifer" of the Niles cone near the bay. The "Centerville aquifer" in the 
vicinity of Centerville also shows high chloride concentrations. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Significant quality changes in the East 
Bay area of Santa Clara Valley occurred only in the confined ground water area 
of the Niles cone. Well US/1W-29M6, near Centerville, has shown progressive 
increases in chloride concentrations in successive spring and fall samples 
from June 1958 to November 1959, at which time it reached 1,U30 ppm (see 
fluctuation graph). Well US/1W-28E3, also located near Centerville, showed 
chloride concentrations of 157, 5U6, and I,l80 ppm between May 1958 and Novem- 
ber 1959. These wells pump from the "upper aquifer" and illustrate the degree 
of degradation. Salt-water degradation of the "upper aquifer" in 1959 extended 
one mile east of Centerville, which is one mile farther inland than it was in 
1958. The lines of 350 ppm chloride (isochlors) for these periods are shown 
on the map of the monitored area. 

Degradation in the "Fremont aquifer" is shown by high chlorides in 
well US/1W-30C2, located about one-half mile west of Centerville (see fluc- 
Ituation graph). Because the "Fremont aquifer" is confined, the source of 
! such localized degradation is believed to be a result of leakage of poor 



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quality water from the "upper aquifer" through Improperly constructed or 
abGuidoned veils or through localized dlscontlniiltles or variations In per- 
meahlllty of the confining clay layer. 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

SANTA CLARA VALLEY 
EAST BAY AREA 



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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION or RESOURCES planning 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNtA, 1959 



SANTA CLARA VALLEY 
EAST BAY AREA 



SANTA CLARA VALLEY, SOUTH BAY AREA (2-9) 

The South Bay Area of Santa Clara Valley consists of that portion 
of north Santa Clara Valley lying within Santa Clara County and extending 
from San Francisco Bay southerly to San Jose. The area is bounded on the 
east by the Diablo Range and on the west by the Santa Cruz Mountains. The 
monitored area extends about 15 miles east to west, about l6 miles north to 
south, and comprises about 150 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . To detect sea-water intrusion in the South Bay Area of 
Santa Clara Valley and to observe significant changes, a monitoring program 
was established in 1953. During July 1959, 2li wells were sampled in this area. 

I 

Qrotmd Water Occurrence . The main sources of groTind water in Santa Clara 
Valley are alluvial fan and tideland deposits. The water bearing sediments 
occupy the valley proper and some adjacent areas. The principal aquifers in 
the monitored area exhibit pressure characteristics and are separated from 
the free ground water zone by relatively impervious strata which prevent 
hydraulic continuity with overlying water bearing deposits. Ground water 
occurs in both confined and unconfined conditions. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water supplies about 95 percent of the water 
^requirements of this area and is extensively developed. Artificial recharge 

is practiced by the Santa Clara Valley Water Conservation District. Stored 

surface water is released to permeable stream channels and to percolation 
'ponds on the valley floor to infiltrate and replenish the ground water body. 

Well yields range from a few gallons per minute to over 1,700 gpm. Most 
iwells produce over 500 gpm. 



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Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The groxmd water is used principally for 
irrigation, public supply and industry. Approximately 75 percent of water 



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developed is for irrigated agriculture. ^^ 

Major Waste Discharges . There are five major waste discharges in this area 
consisting of municipal sewage from the Cities of San Jose, Sunnyvale, Mountaj 
View, Palo Alto and the Milpitas Sanitary District. The City of San Jose is 
the largest discharger, averaging over 20 mgd. Milpitas Sanitary District is 
the smallest discharger, averaging about 0.8 mgd. The wastes are discharged 
to water courses adjacent to San Francisco Bay and pose no immediate threat 
to ground water quality. 

Evaluation of Water Qttality . Ground waters in this area are generally of 
bicarbonate type with sodium and calcittm the predominant cations. Although 
moderately to very hard, the waters are otherwise of good to excellent quality 
and suitable for most uses. In local areas, in the eastern portion of this 
basin, the ground water is of questionable quality for irrigation due to high 
concentrations of boron, particularly in the Penitencia Creek cone area. 
Prolonged overdraft of the groiind water basin poses a threat of sea-water 
intrusion to the area adjacent to the bay. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Wells 5S/3W-35G1 and 6S/3W-1B1, both locate 
in the Palo Alto area, contained the highest chloride concentrations found in 
this area during 1959. The chloride concentrations in these wells were 210 
and 200 ppm respectively. These values are 100 to 150 ppm greater than those 
reported in 1953 when the monitoring program was initiated. Chloride fluctua- 
tions in these two wells are shown on the fluctuation graphs. 

Sea-water intrusion near Palo Alto appears to be of a less serious 
nature than that which occurred in the vicinity of Centerville in 1959- The 



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chloride concentration bas remained fairly constant in recent years. 
Intrusion into the upper aquifer has progressed inland at a rate varying with 
the grovind water draft and recharge from s\irface streams. 



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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 



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LIVERMORE VALLEY (2-10) 

Liverraore Valley is located in the eastern portion of Alameda 
Oounty, with a minor portion of the area extending into Contra Costa County. 
The valley has an east-west length of about lli miles, varies from 3 to 6 
miles in width, and includes an area of about $0 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . Due to the dependence of the area on ground water supplies 
and the presence in the ground water of excessive quantities of boron and 
nitrates, a monitoring program was established in Livermore Valley in 1953. 
Nineteen wells were sampled in 1959 during the period June - July, at the 
height of the irrigation season. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Sources of ground water include stream, flood-plain, 
and shallow lake deposits of Recent age, as well as the Livermore formation 
which is composed of older, semi-consolidated alluvial deposits. Recent allu- 
vial deposits comprise the chief aquifer and contain unconfined ground water, 
except in the vicinity of Pleasanton where lake bed clays confine permeable 
beds. The Livermore formation exhibits both confined and unconfined ground 
water characteristics. 

Ground Water Development , Ground water is moderately to extensively developed 
in Livermore Valley and supplies almost all of the water requirements. Well 
yields are low near the perimeter of the valley, increase toward the center, 
and range from less than 10 to about 2,000 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Grovmd water is used primarily for irriga- 
tion and domestic purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges. The largest waste discharge in this area consists 
of effluent from the City of Livermore sewage treatment plant. This effluent 

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is mainly disposed of by percolation and evaporation from ponds, although 
some overflow reaches Los Positos Creek during periods of heavy rainfall. 
Smaller waste discharges emanate from the City of Pleasanton, and from various 
military and industrial installations. These wastes are disposed of by pondin, 
and by discharge into streams, which in some cases percolate to ground water. 

Evaluation of Water Qxialil^" . Although ground waters of Livermore Vall^ are 
generally of good mineral quality and are suitable for iirigation purposes, 
they are excessively hard for domestic use. Waters high in boron are found 
in the northern and eastern portion of the valley and waters high in nitrates 
occur in localized areas. These problems appear to be related to waters 
derived from xinderlying and adjacent marine formations, the presence of 
geologic faults allowing the upward migration of poor quality water, and the 
limited amounts of recharge afforded by a small catchment area with meager 
rainfall. The high nitrate content may result from infiltrating waters which 
have been deteriorated tsj waste discharges or fertilizers. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of samples collected in Livermore 
Valley during 1959 show few significant changes in concentrations of mineral 
constituents. The most notable increase in chloride concentration occurred 
in well 3S/1E-8H3, located approximately 2 miles north of the City of Pleas- 
anton, in vriiich chlorides increased from 38 ppm in June 1957, to 137 ppm in 
June 1959, as shown on the fluctuation graph. Chloride concentrations in 
this well have shown similar fluct\iations during the period of record, but the 
reason for this is not known. Total dissolved solids in this well increased 
from 375 to 651| ppm during the same period. 

The highest nitrate concentration found in Livermore Valley during 
1959 occurred in well 3S/2E-10E1, located about one-half mile east of the 



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City of Liverraore, where nitrates in a sample taken during Jiily 1959 were 52 
ppm. However, as shown on the fluctuation graph, this was a marked decrease 
from the nitrate concentration of lOU ppm found in this well during June 1958. 
The boron concentration in well 3S/3E-19C1 increased from 2.1; to 7.0 
pjm between June 1958 and July 1959 (see fluctuation graph). The reason for 
the wide fluctuation in boron concentration in this well has not been ascer- 
tained. Areas where boron concentrations in ground water generally exceed 
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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 



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SCALE OF MILES 
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CENTRAL COASTAL REGION (NO. 3) 

The Central Coastal Region includes all of the coastal drainage 
areas from the southern boundary of Pescadero Creek Basin in San Mateo County 
to the northeastern boundary of Rincon Creek Basin in Ventura County. The 
region is characterized by narrow coastal strips and coastal valleys with 
moderate slopes toward the ocean, backed by mountain ranges paralleling the 
coast. It extends inland an average of about 50 miles to the crest of the 
coastal mountain ranges, and encompasses an area of approximately 11,000 
sqvtare miles. 

Valley areas in this region depend largely on ground water as a 
source of supply and approximately 90 percent of the water requirements are 
met by ground water pumping. Nineteen ground water basins have been identi- 
fied in this region, of which eighteen are utilized intensively to supply 
irrigation water. Six ground water basins in this region have been included 
in the statewide ground water monitoring program. These areas, the number 
of monitor wells in each and the sampling times are listed in the following 
tabulation. 



Monitored Area 
Pajaro Valley (3-2) 
Gilroy-Hollister Basin (3-3) 
Salinas Valley (3-U) 
Carmel Valley (3-7) 
Santa Maria River Valley (3-12)* 
Cuyama Valley (3-13)* 



Number of Wells 
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5 



Sampling Time 
May & October 
July - August 
June 
July 



■K- Ground water basins are located in Southern California and will be discussed 
in Part II of this bulletin. 



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Ground water qxiality in the Central Coastal Region, in most of the 
monitored areas reported herein, did not change significantly during 1959. 
There was, however, a general increase in chlorides in wells located in the 
coastal segment of Salinas Valley. In Pajaro Valley one well in the area of 
sea-water intrusion showed a gradual increase in chlorides. Slight increases 
in total dissolved solids and boron also were noted in most of the wells in 
Gilroy-Hollister Basin. 



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PAJARO VALLEY (3-2) 

Pajaro Valley comprises an irregularly shaped area of about 50 
square miles in the Pajaro River drainage area below Pajaro Gap. It extends 
from Elkhorn Slough on the south to the Santa Cruz Mountains on the north 
and east. The area occupies the northern extremity of Monterey County, a 
small part of the northwestern corner of San Benito County, and the southern 
portion of Santa Cruz County. 

Monitoring Program . Sea-water intrusion into ground water adjacent to Monterey 
Bay prompted the inclusion of Pajaro Valley in the monitoring program in 
1953. During May and October 1959, samples were collected from 21 wells in 
the sea-water intrusion area, 

Groxmd Water Occurrence . In the valley floor area, ground water occurs in 
three distinct zones, designated the shallow, intermediate and deep zones. 
The shallow zone is unconfined and extends from land surface to a depth of 
about 100 feet. The intermediate zone, which is largely confined, lies below 
the shallow zone, extending to a depth of about 200 to 300 feet. The deep 
zone underlies this intermediate zone and extends to a depth of about 800 
feet below land surface. The three aquifers merge into a forebay in the 
vicinity of the City of Watsonville. The forebay area is underlain by per- 
meable deposits and is the principal source of ground water replenishment to 
the intermediate and deep zones. Under natural conditions, the general direc- 
tion of ground water movement in the deeper zones was from the uplands to 
Monterey Bay. 

Ground Water Development . There is extensive development of ground water in 
the valley for domestic and irrigation needs and moderate development for 



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stock watering and industrial uses. Nearly all water for irrigation, and 
a portion of the municipal supply for the City of Watsonville is pumped from 
the confined ground water bodies. The yield of wells in Pajaro Valley ranges 
from small capacity domestic wells to large irrigation wells yielding more 
than 500 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is the source of more than 9$ 
percent of irrigation stqsplies in Pajaro Valley. A few industries concerned 
with the processing and packing of agricviltural products also depend on ground 
water as do domestic users in outlying areas. Most urban domestic supplies 
are obtained from s\irface waters but supplemental supplies are obtained from 
ground water. 

Major tfaste Discharges . The principal waste discharge in Pajaro Valley com- 
prises sewage and industrial waste effluent from the City of Watsonville. 
Included are sanitary wastes frc»n Freedom Sewer Maintenance District and Pajaro 
Sanitation District. The wastes are discharged to Monterey Bay by a submarine 
outfall after primary treatment and chlorination. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . The ground water in the shallow zone is often 
of poor mineral quality and is used only in isolated cases. In the intermed- 
iate zone, ground water is generally of good to excellent mineral quality and 
suitable for most puiposes. Intermediate zone ground water is predominantly 
of calcium-magnesium bicarbonate type with low to moderate total dissolved 
solids, chlorides and boron. The water is moderately to very hard, which 
limits its use for danestic and industrial purposes. Only limited data are 
available on ground water qxiality of the deep zone. These data indicate the 
water to be of excellent mineral quality. 

Sea-water intrusion has occixrred along the bay where the aquifers 



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are open to the ocean. This is due to reversal of the normal seaward hydraulic 
gradient by overdraft on the ground water supply. Wells pun^aing from the 
intermediate zone near Monterey Bay produce high chloride waters due to sea- 
water intrusion. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of sainples collected in Pajaro 
Valley in 19^9 show few significant changes in mineral concentrations. Well 
12S/1E-10J1, located in the sea-water intrusion area near the bay and pun5)ing 
water from the intermediate zone, showed an increase in chlorides from 796 
ppm in August 1958 to 837 ppm in May 1959 and to 1,0U0 ppm in October 1959. 
During the same period, however, boron in the well decreased noticeably (see 
fluctuation graph) . Shallow zone well 12S/3E-9Q1, located in the upper por- 
tion of the valley, showed a decrease in boron concentration from 2.1 ppm in 
July 1958 to 1.6 ppm in May 1959 to 1.3 ppm in September 1959. Boron in two 
other wells, 12S/2E-31K1 and 12S/2E-32C1, near the bay and pumping water from 
the intermediate zone, decreased from l.li to 0.30 ppm and from l.U to 0.2 ppm, 
respectively, between July 1958 and July 1959- The cause of these decreases 
in boron concentration has not been determined. Sea-water intrusion in this 
area has shown no significant advance since 1957. 



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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

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GILROY-HOLLISTER BASIN (3-3) 

Seven small valleys make vp the Oilroy-Hollister Basin, which in- 
cludes South Santa Clara Valley, Hollister Valley, San Benito Valley and four 
other small, contiguous valleys. The monitored area extends a distance of 
about 25 miles from the ground water divide near Morgan Hill, Santa Clara 
County, southeasterly to Tres Pinos at the head of Hollister Valley in San 
Benito County. The area varies from 3 to 10 miles in width and ccnprises about 
150 square miles. Drainage from the area is to the Pajaro Valley. 

Monitoring Program . An annual monitoring program was established in this 
basin in 1958 to maintain a check on any adverse changes in water quality due 
to ground water overdraft. During 1959, 2U wells in the basin were sampled 
during July and August. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The water-bearing \mits are the alluvial sediments 
of Quaternary age, the San Benito gravels of Pliocene-Pleistocene age and 
the Purisima formation of Pliocene age. The alluvial sediments include stream 
channel, stream terrace, flood plain, swaaqp and alluvial deposits. The allu- 
vium in the Hollister area attains a maximtm thickness of approximately 250 
feet. In South Santa Clara Valley the thickness of the allvrvivm ranges from 
50 to 1,000 feet. Confined ground water conditions exist throughout much of 
the area but free or partially confined ground water occurs in limited areas 
in the upper portions of the valley. 

Ground Water Development. There is extensive development of ground water for 
irrigation and domestic needs, and moderate development for industrial and 
stock watering uses. The yield of wells is about 350 gpm in South Santa Clara 



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Valley and averages about 500 gpm in the Hollister area. Some wells in the 
Hollister area are reported to yield iqp to 1,700 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Groimd Water . This area is largely agrictiltural and the 
major water use is for irrigation and domestic purposes. Smaller amounts 
are used for stock watering, and for the processing of agricultural products. 
Pxnnping for irrigation constitutes about 75 percent of the total ground water 
withdrawal. 

Major Waste Discharges . Waste discharges in the area include those of dom- 
estic sewage and food processing plants. The largest discharge comprises 
2.75 mgd of domestic sewage frcrni the City of Gilroy, which is discharged to 
Llagas Creek after primary treatment. Smaller amounts are discharged by the 
Cities of Hollister and San Juan Bautista, and by food processing plants in 
the vicinity. The majority of liquid wastes can percolate and reach the under- 
lying ground waters. No evidence is available, as yet, to indicate whether 
or not these wastes are degrading the ground water supply. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of South Santa Clara Valley, 
while moderately to very hard, are generally of good mineral quality and suit- 
able for most beneficial uses. The waters are typically calcitm-magnesium 
or magnesium-calcium bicarbonate type and contain 250 to 550 ppra total dis- 
solved solids. Chlorides range from lU to U8 ppsn, sulfates range from 19 to 
76 ppm, nitrates range from 3.5 to 8U ppra and boron ranges frcm 0.0 to O.lU 
ppm. 

Ground waters in the Hollister area are of poor quality, are high 
in total dissolved solids content and contain excessive boron. These waters 
also contain high concentrations of chlorides, svilfates and nitrates. 



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At least six fa\ilts which restrict ground water movement are reported 
to occur in this monitored area. In additon, these faults may act as conduits 
for upward migration of poor quality water. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . All wells sampled in South Santa Clara 
Valley showed small increases in total dissolved solids, with well llS/4E-i|-Q3 , 
located about 2 miles east of Gilroy, showing the largest increase, from U87 
' ppm in 1958 to 552 ppm in 1959' The same well also showed a large increase 
; in nitrate concentration, from 59 PPni in 1958 to Qk ppm in 1959* 

In the southern portion of the basin near Hollister, the majority 
of wells sampled in 1959 showed increases in boron concentration from the 
previous year's analyses. Well 12S/6E-19E, located about 5-5 miles north- 
east of Hollister in the Fairview district, showed the largest increase in 
boron concentration, from J. 2 ppm in 1958 to I9 ppm in 1959- The source of 
the bozon is probably poor quality water migrating upward along the Hayward 
fault. 



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SALINAS VALLEY (3-U) 

Salinas Valley is a narrow, elongated, northwest-southeast trending 
valley located mostly in Monterey Coirnty. The monitored portion of the valley 
varies from 2 to 10 miles in width, is approximately I4O miles in length, and 
comprises about 300 square miles of highly productive irrigated and dry farmed 
land. The valley is bordered on the northeast by the Gabilan Range and on 
the southwest by the Santa Lucia Range and the Sierra de Salinas. 

Monitoring Program . A monitoring program was established in this valley in 
1953 to observe and report the status of sea-water intrusion. During June 
1959, UU wells were sampled in Salinas Valley. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Ground waters in Salinas Valley occur principally 
in three aquifers. These consist of an upper, unconfined aquifer and two 
lower, confined aquifers. Water from the upper zone is not used in any sig- 
nificant amounts due to its poor mineral quality. In lower Salinas Valley, 
the principal aquifers in the pressure area are designated as the l80-foot 
and UOO-foot aquifers, due to the average depth of the water-bearing materials 
below ground surface. The pressure aquifers are recharged by subsurface inflow 
from a forebay area south of Salinas. Recharge to the forebay area is supple- 
mented by controlled releases of stored surface waters from Nacimiento Dam. 

Ground Water Development . Lower Salinas Valley is devoted to the production 
of irrigated crops. Ground water is the only source of irrigation water supply. 
Consequently, grotind water is extensively developed for this purpose and for 
irural domestic uses. Yield of wells ranges from low capacity domestic wells 
jjlto irrigation wells yielding from 200 gpm to more than 3,000 gpm. 



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Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is principally used for irri- 
gation. Other uses are municipal, industrial and stock watering. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are three major waste discharges in lower 
Salinas Valley. They comprise treated sewage and industrial wastes from the 
City of Salinas and Alisal Sanitary District, which are disposed to Salinas 
River near Spreckles. A third discharge consists of untreated industrial j 
wastes from Spreckels Sugar Company, which are disposed to percolation ponds 
located on lands adjacent to the Salinas River. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . The ground waters of Salinas Valley are quite 
variable in mineral quality. 

In the coastal segment, between the bay and a line approximately 
2 miles inland, the water in the upper perched zone is not used in any signi- 
ficant amounts due to its poor quality. Ground water in the l80-foot aquifer 
in the coastal segment is degraded by sea water and is sodium chloride or sodium 
bicarbonate in type. In this same area ground water in the UOO-foot aquifer 
is similar in type, but apparently degraded by sea water to a limited extent. 

About 1 mile west of Salinas, poor quality ground waters occur in 
the l80-foot aquifer. These poor quality waters are sodium chloride in type. 
The waters in the UOO-foot aquifer in this area are generally of good mineral 
quality. 

Analyses of ground water from the area near Greenfield showed a 
mixed calcium-magnesiim-sodium sulfate type. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of samples collected in Salinas 
Valley in 1959 showed significant changes and trends in mineral concentrations 
in ground water. In well 13S/2E-17H1, located about 1 mile east of Moss Land- 
ing, chlorides increased from 279 ppm in 1958 to 316 ppm in 1959. Chlorides 



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in well 13S/2E-30L1, located adjacent to the bay about 1.5 miles west of Cas- 
troville, increased from 232 ppm in 1958 to Uo6 ppm in 1959. Well lliS/2E-5R2, 
located about 2 miles south of Castroville and pumping from the l80-foot aquifer, 
showed an increase from 26I4 ppmi in 1958 to 6O8 ppm in chlorides in 1959 (see 
quality fluctuation graphs). 

Ground water in the liOO-foot aquifer near the bay was of better 
quality, being affected by sea-water intriision in only a small area adjacent 
to Monterey Bay. Well lliS/3E-30Fl, located about 1 mile west of Salinas, 
showed chloride concentrations ranging from I88 ppm in I953 to 220 ppm in 
1959. Better quality water was found in wells to the east and west of well 
lllS/3E-3CFl, indicating a possible local source of degradation resulting from 
industrial waste discharge in the northern part of Salinas. 

Between 1958 and 1959, sea-water intrusion in the l80-foot aquifer 
advanced approximately 0.5 mile farther inland and reached a maximim distance 
of about 3 miles from the shore line. There was also evidence of additional 
salt-water degradation in the UOO-foot aquifer (see map of monitored area). 



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CARMEL VALLEY (3-7) 

Camel Valley, located in northern Monterey County, is a long, 
alluvitmi-filled valley extending easterly from the coast a distance of 23 
miles. However, only the coastal portion which is susceptible to sea-water 
intrusion is included in the monitoring program. The area monitored is about 
1 mile in width and extends from the coast about 3 miles inland. The valley 
is drained by the Carmel River which flows to the ocean. 

Monitoring Program , kn annual monitoring program was established in this 
area in 1953 to detect evidence of sea-water intrusion. Five wells located 
near the coast were sampled in July 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Ground water occ\irs in the unconsolidated Recent 
alluvium underlying the valley. The alluvium is comprised mainly of sand 
and gravel with small amounts of silt and clay; it is about 135 feet thick 
near the coast and feathers out along the valley margin. The seaward exten- 
sion of the aquifer is open to the ocean. Ground water in the valley is 
unconfined. 

Ground Water Development . Practically all of the valley is utilized for 
truck crops and pastures. Local domestic and irrigation requirements are 
supplied by numerous wells in the valley. Home construction is increasing 
and in the near future it is expected that the monitored area will become 
completely residential, and agricultural use of ground water will decrease 
accordingly. Well yields range from small amounts for domestic use up to 
600 gpm for irrigation needs. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for irrigation and 
local domestic needs. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The major waste discharge comprises sewage effluent 
from Carmel Sanitary District amoiinting to 1.5 mgd which is disposed to Carmel 
Bay in a submarine outfall after primary treatment. Some of this effluent 
is used as irrigation water in an artichoke field adjacent to the sewage 
treatment plant between the months of June and October. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in the monitored portion of Carmel 
Valley are generally of excellent mineral quality and contain moderate total 

dissolved solids, although the waters are usually of calcium-sodium bicarbonate 

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lected from five wells in Carmel Valley during 1959 showed only minor varia- 
tions in mineral quality. However, well l6S/lW-13L2, located about 1 mile inl? 
from the bay and along the Carmel River, showed a large increase in sodium 
and chloride ions, and small increases in other constituents. Sea-water in- 
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CENTRAL VALLEY REGION (NO. $) 

The Central Valley Region extends frcan the California-Oregon state 
line southward to the Tehachapi Mountains, and from the Coast Range on the 
west to the Sierra Nevada on the east as shown on Plate 1. It averages about 
120 miles in width and is more than 500 miles long. The region comprises a 
drainage area of approximately $9,000 square miles, and includes nearly kh 
percent of the valley and mesa lands of the State. 

Ground water has been an important source of water supply in the 
development of the Central Valley Region. Ground water is used principally 
for iiTigation purposes but also siqjplies many ccsranunities and is used for 
domestic and industrial purposes. Some of the most extensive irrigated areas 
in the region derive their present water supplies entirely from ground water 
soiirces. 

Twenty-nine ground water basins have been identified in this region, 
five of which have thus far been included in the monitoring program. These 
areas, as well as the number of monitored wells in each and the sampling times, 
ire listed in the following tabulation. For convenience, the discussions and 
Jata for the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys are presented in this report 
jj counties. 



Monitored Area 
ledding Basin (5-6) 
jpper Lake Valley (5-13) 
"elseyville Valley (5-l5) 
Jacramento Valley (5-21) 

Tehama County 

Glenn County 

Butte County 



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Sutter County- 
Tuba County 
Placer County 
Yolo County 
Sacramento County 
Solano County 
San Joaquin Valley (5-22) 
San Joaquin Coxmty 
Stanislaus County 
Merced County 
Madera County 
Fresno County 
Tulare County 
Kings County 
Kern County 



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28 


June - July 


29 


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12 


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20 


August 


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33 


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15 


May - October 


2ii 


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59 


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50 


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30 


July 


72 


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19 


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16 


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There were no extensive changes in quality of ground waters in the 
Central Valley Region during 1959. There were, however, significant changes 
in specific constituents in individual wells and in gro\ips of wells in certain 
areas. A substantial increase in chlorides was observed in two wells in 
Redding Basin. Boron increased substantially in one well in Tehama County, 
while most of the monitoring wells in Glenn County showed slight increases 
in boron. There were also notable boron increases in wells in Colusa and 
Yolo Counties. 

With a few notable exceptions, grovind water quality in the San Joaqui 
Valley remained essentially the same as that of the previous year. Boron in 



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individual wells in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Ckjunties showed increases 
ranging up to 3.6 ppra. Slight increases in total dissolved solids were found 
in most wells in Madera Coimty. A general but slight increase in chlorides 
and total dissolved solids occurred in wells in Keni County. 



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REDDING BASIN ($-6) 

Redding Basin is located in the south central portion of Shasta 
County. The monitored area includes primarily the Cow Creek, Stillwater, 
Anderson, and Cottonwood Vallejrs. The area is approximately 21 miles north 
to south and has a maximum east-west dimension of about 22 miles. It comprises 
', an area of about 280 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . An annual monitoring program was established in Redding 
Basin in 1957 to maintain a check on ground water quality and to detect sig- 
nificant changes. During July 19$9, samples were collected from 26 wells. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Ground water occurs chiefly in formations of allu- 
vial and/or volcanic origin, ranging from Pliocene to Recent in age. The 
water-bearing formations, in order of decreasing age, are the Tuscan and Tehama 
formations, the Red Bluff gravels, and the Quaternary alluvium. Unconfined 
ground water occurs in the Quaternary alluvium. Confined to partially confined 
conditions occur in the Tuscan and Tehama formations. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately developed. Wells w6st 
of Cottonwood yield 500 to 800 gpmj those in the southeastern portion of the 
basin yield 1,000 to 2,000 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used primarily for domestic, 
municipal and industrial requirements. Irrigation water is supplied mainly 
from surface sources. 

Major Waste Discharges . The only large waste discharge in Redding Basin con- 
sists of sewage effluent from the City of Redding, discharged into the Sacramento 
River . 



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Evaltiation of Water Quality. Ground waters of Redding Basin are magnesium- 
calcium or magnesium-sodium bicarbonate in type and are generally of excellent 
mineral quality. Total dissolved solids seldom exceed 200 ppm and soditm is 
generally below 60 percent. However, highly mineralized ground waters are 
fovtnd in individual wells at a few locations. Approximately 1 mile south of 
Redding, water from a recently drilled well contains about 17,000 ppm chlorides. 
This well flows at the rate of 10 to $0 gpra into Oregon Gulch and is a 
potential source of water qxiality degradation through infiltration into the 
fresh water aquifer. This salt water is derived from a geologic formation 
(Chico formation) which underlies the fresh water aquifer throughout the basin. 
The formation was deposited in an ancient sea which trapped highly concentrated 
saline water in the sediments. Results of radiological analyses of the moni- 
toring wells showed a maximum of 10.35 nnc/l in 1959. 

Significant Water Quality Changes , Analyses of samples collected from moni- 
tored wells in 1959 showed only a few changes in mineral concentrations from 
those of previous years. In well 32N/3W-32J2, located in the northeastern 
portion of the monitored area, chlorides increased from U8 to 136 ppm between 
September 1957 and July 1959. Chlorides in well 32N/3W-17E2, located near 
Bella Vista, increased from I,l60 to 1,U20 ppm during the same period, as 
shown on the fluctuation graph. The latter well penetrates the Chico fonna- 
tion, which is known to produce highly mineralized waters. 



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UPPER LAKE VALLEY (5-13) 

l^per Lake Valley borders on the north shore of Clear Lake in Lake 
CoTinty. It extends about 7 miles north from the shore line and includes an 
area of about 16 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . Excessive quantities of boron known to occur in ground 
waters in the western and southern portions of the valley prompted the estab- 
lishment of a monitoring program in the area in 1953. Samples were collected 
from 12 wells during June 1959. 

Ground Water Occiirrence . The principal aquifers in the area consist of alluvium 
and \mconsolidated to poorly consolidated sediments deposited in the lake as 
it existed during Quaternary time. Ground water occurs in strata and lenti- 
cular beds of sand and gravel. Fine-grained lake sediments confine the aqui- 
fers in the lower piortion of the valley. 

i Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately to extensively developed. 
[Wells in areas of unconfined ground water have an average yield of about 350 
gpm while those in the confined area yield about 230 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used primarily for irriga- 
tion, domestic and stock watering purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no large waste discharges in the area. 
Several small domestic and industrial wastes near the town of Upper Lake are 
(discharged into Scotts Creek or Middle Creek and 'then carried into Clear Lake. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Upper Lake Valley are generally 
calcium or magnesium bicarbonate in type and, with the exception of some 
waters being moderately to very hard and the local occurrence of high boron 

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concentrations, are of excellent mineral quality. Possible migration of 
ground waters containing high boron concentrations into areas of good quality- 
water constitutes a threat to ground water quality in this area. 

Significant Water Qttality Changes . Water from well 15n/10W-13A1, located 
about 0.5 mile south of l^per Lake, showed an increase in total dissolved 
solids from 107 to 239 ppm and in boron from 0.06 to 0.73 ppm between July 
1958 and June 1959- Since there are only two years of record on this well, 
it is not known whether these increases represent normal fluctuations or in- 
dicate a trend toward ground water degradation in this location. During 19$9, 
well 15N/10W-10E1, located approximately 3 miles west of Upper Lake, contained 
68 ppm boron. 



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KELSEYVILLE VALLEY (5-15) 

Kelseyville Valley is a gently rolling plain in Lake County. It is 
bordered by Clear Lake on the north, extends about 7 miles south from the 
shore line, and encompasses an area of approximately 30 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . In order to detect any degradation of ground water by 
migration of waters containing excessive boron concentrations which are known 
to occur in the area, a monitoring program was established in Kelseyville 
Valley in 1953. Samples were collected from nine wells during the month of 

June 1959. 

Ground Water OccuiTence. The principal aquifers are alluvium and unconsoli- 
dated to poorly consolidated lake sediments which were deposited during Quat- 
temary time. Volcanic detritus also comprises a notable portion of the 
water-bearing sediments. Confinement which occurs in aquifers beneath Clear 
Lake extends about 1 mile beneath Kelseyville Valley. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed in the area. 
Well yields average approximately U50 gpra. Yields in the confined area are 
slightly higher than those in the unconfined area. 

Beneficial Uses of Grovmd Water . Ground water is used extensively for irriga- 
tion, domestic and stock watering purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . There are no large waste discharges in Kelseyville 
Valley. Communities are small and individual sewage disposal systems are 
Msed. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Kelseyville Valley are magnesium 
Ibicarbonate in type and, with the exception of high boron concentrations at 



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some locations, are of good to excellent mineral quality. Waters from most 
of the monitoring wells range from moderately to very hard. 

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SACRAMENTO VALLEY (5-21) 

The Sacramento Valley area comprises about 5,000 square miles of 
valley floor land which extends generally northward from the Cosumnes River 
to the vicinity of the City of Red Bluff. It is bordered on the east by the 
Sierra Nevada and on the west by the Coast Range. Its ground water storage 
capacity, between the depths of 20 and 200 feet, is approximately 30,000,000 
acre-feet. 

Almost all of the Sacramento Valley is included in the ground water 
quality monitoring program. During 1959, samples were collected from 250 wells 
in the area, primarily dviring the summer irrigation season. Ground waters 
are generally of excellent mineral quality and suitable for a large number of 
beneficial uses. Quality problems are primarily local. High concentrations 
of boron are found in Tehama, Colusa, Placer and Yolo Counties. Excessive 
concentrations of chlorides occur in southern Sutter Coiinty and in a few 
individual wells in Yuba and Placer Counties. The following is a discussion 
of the Sacramento Valley by counties. 



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TEHAMA COUNTY 

The monitored area in Tehama County extends from the Glenn and 
Butte county lines on the south to the vicinity of Red Bluff on the north. 
It is approximately 30 miles long, north to south, and varies in width from 
about 6 to 18 miles. 

Monitoring Program . Tehama County was included in the monitoring program in 
1957 to provide essential ground water quality data and to detect any migra- 
tion of waters containing high boron which are kmown to be present in the 
area. Samples were collected from 25 wells in the area during the period 
July - August 1959. 

Groiind Water Occurrence . Ground water occurs chiefly in formations of allu- 
vial and/or volcanic origin, ranging from Pliocene to Recent age. The water- 
bearing formations, in order of decreasing age, are the Tuscan and Tehama 
formations, the Red Bluff gravels, and the Quaternary alluvium. Ground water 
is unconfined in the Quaternary alluvium; confined to partially confined in 
the Tehama and Tuscan formations. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately to extensively developed. 
Irrigation wells produce an average of UlO gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used primarily for irriga- 
tion and domestic purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . The only large waste discharge in Tehama County con- 
sists of effluent from the City of Red Bliiff sewage treatment plant discharged 
into the Sacramento River. 



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Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Tehama County are generally 
of excellent mineral quality. They are bicarbonate in type, with calcium the 
predOTiinant cation, although calcium is rarely present in concentrations 
greater than 50 percent of the total cations. There is evidence of high boron 
concentrations in ground waters to the north and east of the monitored area. 
Possible migration of these waters into areas of good water quality poses 
the most iir^jortant threat to ground water quality in this area. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of samples collected in 1959 
compared with those of 1958 showed significant changes in mineral constituents 
in two wells. Percent sodium decreased from 8U to 31 percent in well 26N/2W-liiFl, 
located in the northeastern portion of the monitored area. Boron increased 
from 0.0 to l.l^ ppm in well 27N/1j.W-1H2, located approximately 2.5 miles north 
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The monitored portion of Glenn Govinty includes the vall^ floor 
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nonwater-bearing rocks of the Coast Range on the west. It is boxmded on the 
north by Tehama County and on the south by Colusa County. It extends about 
25 miles north to south and 15 miles east to west. 

Monitoring Program . Because of the importance of ground water to the economy 
of Glenn County together with the lack of water quality data, a monitoring 
program was established in this area in 1957. The program consisted of 2li 
wells in 1959, which were sampled in June. 



Ground Water Occurrence . The chief aquifers in this area are Quaternary allu- 
vium and, in the northern portion, the Tehama formation. Recent alluvium 
overlies older alluvivan to a depth of UO to 125 feetj older alluvium in turn 
overlies the Tehama formation. The Stony Creek-Willow Creek alluvial plain 
and fan produces the largest quantities of ground water in the area. For the 
most part, ground water is unconfined, although some confinement occurs in the 
Willows area. 

Ground Water Development . Approximately 60 percent of the irrigation and 
!i virtually all of the municipal, industrial and domestic water needs are met 

by ground water. Well yields range from only a few gpm in shallow domestic 
■wells to 750 gpm in deep irrigation wells. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for irrigation, muni- 
l:cipal, industrial and domestic purposes. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The largest waste discharges in Glenn County consist 
of effluent from sewage treatment plants serving the Cities of Orland and 
Willows. Other waste discharges emanate from various industrial establish- 
ments in the county. Final disposal is accomplished by discharge into streams, 
percolation ponds or, in some instances, by reuse for irrigation purposes. 
Ord Bend gas field discharges about 2 gpm of highly saline water (13,700 to 
15,U00 ppra total dissolved solids) directly to land surface. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of Glenn County are generally of 
excellent mineral quality. They are bicarbonate in type with calcium the pre- 
dominant cation, although calcium is rarely in excess of $0 percent of the 
total cations. These waters contain small to moderate concentrations of 
boron. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Comparisons of the 1959 analyses with 
those of 1958 showed a slight increase in boron in all of the monitoring wells. 
The greatest increase, from 0.35 to 0.58 ppm, occurred in well 18N/3W-10K1, 
located about 5 miles east of Biggs. There are not enough historical water 
quality data available to determine whether there is a trend toward higher 
boron concentrations in this area. 



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DEPARTMENT OF VVATER RESOURCES 

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The monitored portion of Butte County extends from Tehama County- 
ion the north to Sutter County on the south, and from the Sacramento River and 
Butte Creek on the west to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada on the east. 
The area is approximately UO miles in length north to south and varies in 
width from about 10 to 20 miles. 

Monitoring Program . Due to the importance of ground water to the economy of 
Butte County, a monitoring program was established in the area in 1957. 
Samples were collected from 19 wells during August 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Ground water occurs chiefly in Quaternary alluvium 
and in the Tuscan formation. The alluvium is composed of Recent and Pleisto- 
cene gravels, sands and clays in variable mixtures. The Tuscan formation is 
of volcanic origin and dips westerly beneath the alluvium at a low angle. 
Although generally considered to be imconfined, there is evidence of partial 
confinement locally in the area. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately developed in Butte 
County. Large irrigation wells located in the central portion of the moni- 
tored area produce up to 1,000 gpm. Tfells located along the Sacramento River 
produce about UOO gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The ground waters of Butte Covmty are used 
for most beneficial purposes, of which irrigation is the largest. 

Major Waste Discharges . The major waste water discharges in Butte County 
consist of effluent from sewage treatment plants located near the Cities of 
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areas discharge the treated waste waters to the Feather River. The waste 
water from the plant in Chico is reused for irrigation or disposed to percola- 
tion ponds. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of Butte Ctounty are bicarbonate 
in type with the predominant cation being magnesium or a combination of mag- 
nesium and calcium in nearly equal proportions. In general, the mineral 
quality is excellent throughout the monitored area. The sodium percentage is 
uniformly low, generally less than 25 percent. Total dissolved solids are 
consistently below UOO ppm. The waters are generally slightly to moderately 
hard. Results of heavy metal analyses made of all samples collected in 1959 
were well within the recommended and mandatory limits for drinking water. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . None. 



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The monitored portion of Colusa County includes most of the valley 
rioor area. It is bounded on the east by Butte Creek and the Sacramento River 

uid on the west by the Coast Range. The area extends from Glenn County on 

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varies in width from 15 to 20 miles. 

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lolusa County, a monitoring program was established in 19$7. During 1959, 
amples were collected from 29 wells during the period Jxme - July. 

tround Water Occurrence . The principal water-bearing formations in Coltsa 
ounty are the Qxiaternary alluvium and the underlying Plio-Pleistocene Tehama 
orraation. The Quaternary alluvium consists of Recent alluvivm to a depth 
f 100 feet underlain by Pleistocene alluvium to a depth of 200 feet. Ground 
ater in this area is generally unconfined or partially confined. 

round Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed, supplying 
early all water requirements. Large irrigation wells produce over 500 gpn. 

eneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for domestic, municipal 
nd irrigation supplies. 

ajor Waste Discharges . The primary waste discharges in Colusa County are 
jffluent from sewage treatment plants serving the cities or communities of 
3lusa, Maxwell, Williams and Arbuckle. Minor waste discharges emanate from 
aall industries such as dairies and slaughter houses. Final disposal of 
aese wastes is accomplished by discharge into canals or creeks and thence 
ito the Sacramento River. 



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Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of Colusa County vary in mineral 
qiiality from excellent to poor. High chlorides and high percent sodium are 
found at scattered locations. Moderately high boron concentrations occur in 
the southern portion of the monitored area. The ground waters are generally 
slightly to moderately hard, although a few wells yield very hard water. 
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showed substantial increases in boron concentrations in two wells. In these 
wells, 13N/2W-10M1 and 22G1, located south of Arbuckle, boron increased from 
0.58 to 1.^ ppm and from 0.84 to l.k ppm, respectively, between July 1958 
and June 1959- Boron increased slightly in several other wells. Chlorides 
increased from 155 to 2^0 ppm in well iUn/1W-2D1, located about 8 miles south 
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Almost all of Sutter County is included in the ground water quality 
monitoring program. The county, bounded generally by the Feather River on 
the east and the Sacramento River on the west, is situated in the Sacramentb 
7alley proper and is, for the most part, underlain by water-bearing deposits. 

i Honitoring Program . High chloride concentrations in local areas prompted the 
inclusion of Sutter County in the monitoring program in 1953. During 1959, 
^samples were collected from 28 wells during the period July - September. 



Iround Water Occurrence . The principal source of ground water is alluvium 
*hich was deposited during Pleistocene to Recent times. In the eastern por- 
'Aon of the area Pliocene volcanic sands and gravels comprise the main pro- 
Jucing aquifer for deep wells. In general, the aquifers are unconfined 
iltho\igh partial confinement occurs in some areas. 

rround Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed, resulting 
.n overdraft of the ground water supply. Wells west of the Feather River 
leld an average of about 800 gpm. South of the Bear River wells yield about 

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ajor Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharge in Sutter County con- 
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Ischarged into the Feather River during the winter, when the river is at 
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Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Sutter County are generally 
bicarbonate in type with magnesium the predominant cation. High concentra- 
tions of sodium and chloride are found in an area south of Yuba City and also 
in the vicinity of Robbins. The source of this mineralization is probably 
ai trapped evaporatives or rising connate brines. Ground waters in the re- 
mainder of the monitored area are of good to excellent mineral quality, althoij 
moderately hard. 

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in 1959 with those of 1958 or earlier showed decreases in chlorides in two 
wells. Between July 1958 and September 1959, chlorides in well 13N/3E-11Q3 
decreased frcan 291 to 153 ppm and in well lliN/3E-31Bl from 281 to 173 ppm, 
as shown in the fluctuation graph. Chlorides either increased or decreased 
by lesser amounts in several other wells in the same general area. Chlorides 
in this area are generally high, however, and fluctuations in chloride content 
are not uncommon. 



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YUBA COUNTY 

The portion of Yuba County which is included in the monitoring pro- 
gram is located in the east central portion of the Sacramento Valley. It is 
bounded by Sutter County on the west and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada 
on the east. This valley floor portion of the co\inty varies between 8 and 12 
miles in width and has a maximum length of about 2$ miles. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Yuba County was begun in 19$3 
to maintain a check on ground water quality and detect significant changes in 
quality which might result from migration of saline waters known to underlie 
the area at depth. Samples were collected from 12 wells in this area during 
August 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The principal sources of ground water include uncon- 
solidated Quaternary alluvium underlain by a late Tertiary formation composed 
of volcanic ash and water-laid volcanics. Pleistocene alluvium, exposed 
toward the foothills, is an important local source of ground water. The larger 
and deeper wells of the area derive water from both the alluvium and the vol- 
canics. Saline waters occTir beneath the fresh waters. Ground water is con- 
fined only in the deeper zones and in local areas. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water in Yuba County is extensively developed. 
The average yield of wells is about 850 gpra, with a few wells producing up to 
2,000 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used primarily for irriga- 
tion, domestic and municipal s\;qpplies. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges in Yuba County consist 
of effluent from sewage treatment plants serving Marysville and Linden. The 
waste from the Marysville plant is discharged into evaporation-percolation 
ponds J that from the Linden plant is discharged into the Feather River. 

Evaluation of Water Qxiality . Ground waters in Yuba County are generally of 
good to excellent mineral quality, althou^ high chlorides and moderately 
hard waters are found at scattered locations. A possible soxirce of the 
chlorides is the saline water body which underlies the fresh water at depth. 
Radiological analyses made in 1959 showed a maximum radioactivity of 10.10 

Significant Water Quality Changes. None. 



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PLACER COUNTT 

The monitoring program in Placer Comity conprises most of the valley 
floor portion of the coxmty. The area is about 13 miles in width and extends 
approximately 20 miles north to south. 

Monitoring Program . Because of the in^jortance of ground water to Placer 
County and due to the presence in the area of highly mineralized waters, a 
monitoring program was initiated there in 1957. Samples were collected from 
20 wells in lugust 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The main water-bearing formation in Placer County 
is the old alluvium, conqjosed mostly of silt, clay, sand, sandstone and smaller 
amounts of gravel. Alluvium of slightly younger age but of similar composition 
overlies the old alluvium to a maximum thickness of about 50 feet. Volcanic 
detritus as well as breccias and tuffs underlies the alluvium. A few wells 
southwest of Lincoln obtain water from the lone formation, a marine deposit 
of Eocene age, 

I Oround Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed in Placer 
County. Wells located near the western boundary of the county which are 
drilled in the old alluvium yield up to 1,800 gpm. Wells penetrating the 
Tolcanic rock yield up to 1,200 gpm, and those in the lone formation produce 
about 100 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water. Ground water in Placer County is used pri- 



laarily for irrigation. Other uses are domestic and industrial. 

Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges consist of effluent 



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into streams and do not presently threaten ground water quality. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters In Placer County are generally 
bicarbonate in ^rpe with sodium the predominant cation. With the exception of 
local areas in the vicinity of Lincoln and Sheridan, the water is of excellent 
mineral quality, slightly hard, with generally less than 300 ppra total dis- 
solved solids. Waters in the Lincoln and Sheridan areas are derived from 
connate waters of the lone formation and as a result contain vp to 2,000 ppm 
total dissolved solids, including high concentrations of chlorides, boron, 
sulfates and sodium. 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

YOLO COUNTY 

SCALE OF MILES 



YOLO COUNTT 

The monitored area in Yolo County includes, in addition to that por- 
tion of the Sacramento Valley floor area in Yolo County, the Capay Vall^ 
which extends along Cache Creek from the town of Capay northwesterly to Rurasey 
in the western portion of the county. The area covers mainly the eastern half 
of Yolo County and is situated in the southwestern portion of the Sacramento 
Vallqr. The total monitored area comprises about 650 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . Due to the presence of excessive boron in the area, a 
monitoring program was established in Capay Valley in 1953. During 1957, the 
program was expanded to include the present monitored area. During August 
1959, samples were collected from U3 wells. 

Ground Water Occurrence . The principal sources of ground water are the stream 
channel and terrace deposits composed of unconsolidated silt, sand and gravel 
of Recent age. The Tehama formation, of Plio- Pleistocene age and continental 
origin, is a secondary aquifer. Ground water in the alluvial deposits is un- 
confined and the Tehama formation is locally confined. In Capay Valley only 
the Recent stream channel and terrace deposits are important as ground water 
sources. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water in Yolo County is moderately developed. 
Wells in the Sacramento Valley portion of the area yield -op to 3,000 gpm. 
In Capay Valley the wells are primarily shallow, domestic wells producing vp 
to 60 gpm. 

' Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for irrigation, domes- 
tic and stock watering purposes. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges in Yolo County consist 
of effluent from sewage treatment plants at Hbodland, Davis and West Sacramento 
These wastes are disposed of by discharge to surface water. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters of Yolo County are generally bi- 
carbonate in type with magnesium and/or sodium the predominant cations. They 
are typically class 2 or 3 irrigation water and, in addition, are very hard. 
The most serious quality problem is the presence, throughout the county, of 
boron in concentrations generally considered injurious to crops. These high 
boron concentrations are believed to be derived from Cache Creek, which is 
known to contain high boron. High concentrations of chloride also occur 
adjacent to the Sacramento River and in other local areas. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Comparison of 19$9 analyses with those of 
1958 showed increases in boron in the majority of the monitored wells. The 
greatest of these was an increase from li.6 to 6.1; ppm in well 11N/2E-22A1, 
located about 18 miles northwest of Wbodland (see fluctuation graph). Boron 
in this well was O.8I1 ppm in 1957. Chlorides in well 10N/2W-16L1, in Capay 
Valley, increased from I68 to 378 ppm between July 1958 and August 1959. 
Chlorides in this well have fluctuated between 168 and li30 ppm since 1953. 



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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
N CALIFORNIA, 1959 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY 



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SACRAMENTO CODNTT 

Most of Sacramento County is included in the monitoring program. 
A small area in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, where little ground water 
is xised, and an area along the eastern boundary- which is underlain by geologic 
formations that yield negligible quantities of ground water are not included. 
I The total monitored area includes approximately USO square miles. 

Monitoring Program . A monitoring program was established in Sacramento County 
in 1955 to record ground water qtiality and to detect changes in quality that 
might result from groimd water overdraft or from industrial wastes which occur 
in the eastern portion of the county. Sanples were taken from 33 wells in the 
area during July 1959. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Recent alluvium and serai-consolidated Plio-Pleistocene 
continental sediments comprise the principal aquifers. Tertiary volcanics 
are of local Importance in the eastern portion of the county. The aquifers 
generally are unconfined, although perched water bodies occur locally. 

Ground Water Development . Ground waters in Sacramento Coxinty are moderately 
developed except in areas adjacent to the Sacramento River where ground water 
development is minimized by the availability of inexpensive surface water, 
ITie average well yield in Sacramento County is approximately liOO gpra. 

Beneficial Uses of Grotmd Water . Ground waters in Sacramento County are used 
primarily for irrigation, domestic, municipal and industrial purposes. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges consist of effluent 
frOTi the City of Sacramento, tram Mather and McClellan Air Force Bases, 
frOTj Aerojet-General Corporation, and Libby, McNeill & Libby plants. The 



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wastes from the Cily of Sacramento and the Air Force Bases are discharged to 
surface waters >riiile the wastes from Aerojet-General and Libby plants are 
discharged to dredger tailings in the eastern portions of the county. Wastes 
from Aerojet-General plant contain potassitmi perchlorate (KC10|j) and ammonium 
perchlorate (NHi^ClOj^) in solution. These constituents are reported to be 
toxic to plant life to approximately the same extent as boron. Accordingly, 
analyses of ground water samples near this waste discharge inclxide tests for 
perchlorate and ammonium in addition to the usual mineral analyses. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in Sacramento County are primarily 
calcixim-magnesium bicarbonate in tjrpe and, although slightly to moderately 
hard, are of excellent mineral quality. Total dissolved solids are relatively 
low, seldtHn exceeding 350 ppm. Boron, chlorides and nitrates are uniformly 
low and well within recommended limits. 

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DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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SOLANO COUNTI 

This area comprises all of the northeim and eastern portions of 
Solano Count7 which lie in the Sacramento Valley. It extends frran Putah Greek 
on the north to the Sacramento River on the south, and includes an area of 
approximately UOO square miles. The remainder of Solano County lies in 
Region 2 and was discussed previously in this report as Suisun-Fairfield 
Valley. 

Monitoring Program . The monitoring program in Solano County was begun in 1958 
to observe the ground water quality and to detect changes in quality which 
might result from migration of poor quality waters known to be present in the 
area. Samples were collected from 15 wells in 1959 during the period May - 
June. Three of the wells were sampled again in October. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Water-bearing formations in this area include younger 
alluvium, consisting of stream channel and flood plain deposits; older alluvium, 
cOT^jrised of fine-grained sediments enclosing lenses and bodies of coarse 
materials; the Tehama formation; and Tertiary volcanic sedimentary rocks. 
The Tehama formation extends to a depth of 1,500 to 2,500 feet. The volcanics, 
comprised of a sequence of shale, sandstone and conglomerate, underlie the 
Tehama formation. Ground water is partially confined, the degree of confine- 
ment increasing with depth. 

GiX)\md Water Development . Ground waters in Solano County are moderately to 
extensively developed. Well yields range from less than 100 to approximately 
1,000 gpra. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used for irrigation, domes- 
tic and other purposes. 



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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

SOLANO COUNTY 



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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA. 1959 

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY 

SCALE OF MILES 



SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY (5-22) 

The San Joaquin Valley floor cwnprises about 10,000 square miles of 
irrigable lands and extends from the Tehachapi Mountains northward to the 
irLcinitj of the Cosumnes River. Underlying this valley is the largest ground 
water reservoir in the State. The storage capacity of this great reservoir, 
to a depth of 200 feet below land surface, has been estimated to be 100,000,000 
acre-feet. A bed of diatomaceous earth, generally known as the Corcoran clay, 
continuous throughout most of the San Joaquin Valley, separates this reservoir 
into upper and lower ground water zones. This clay bed is about UO to $0 feet 
thick and lies generally between 300 and 350 feet below the land surface. 
Wells in the western portion of the valley draw water principally from the 
lower zone, by-passing the poor quality of most iqjper zone waters in that 
area. Wells in the remainder of the valley produce good quality waters from 
both zones. Most of the San Joaquin Valley has been included in the monitor- 
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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY 

The area of San Joaquin Coiinty included in the monitoring program 
comprises most of the valley floor portion of the county. The monitored area 
extends from the Sacramento county line on the north to the Stanislaus county 

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line on the south, and varies in width from about ik to 30 miles. 

Monitoring Program . In 1953; a monitoring progrsun was established in San 
Joaquin County to detect degradation of ground waters by migration of poor 
qviality waters, which are located primarily in the western part of the county. 
During 1959 > from April to September, water samples were collected from 2k 

wells. 

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Ground Water Occurrence . The principal sovirces of ground water sj-e unconsoli- 
dated Recent alluvium and semi -consolidated Tertiary and Quaternary contin- 
ental sediments. In the eastern portion of the county the Mehrten formation i 
is also an important aquifer. Ground water is generally unconfined, except 
in the vicinity of Tracy, where a deep zone is confined by the Corcoran clay. 
The general movement of ground water is from east to west, except across the 
delta, where it is impeded by fine-grained deposits. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is moderately to extensively developed. 
Wells in the Mehrten formation are reported to produce up to 1,300 gpm while 
those in the alluvial sediments produce about 3^000 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Approximately JO percent of the water pumped 
is used for irrigation. The remaining portion is used mainly for industrial 
and domestic purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges in San Joaquin Coiinty 
consist of effluent from sewage treatment plants at or near the Cities of 

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Sscalon, Stockton, Manteca, Tracy and Lincoln Vi2J.age. All of the sewage 
treatment plants dispose of their waste waters to nearby s^lrface waters 
accept for the plant at Escalon which uses percolation ponds for disposal. 

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' ihraluation of Water Quality . Groxind water in San Joaquin County varies in 

:ype and mineral quality depending upon location and depth from which the water 
iLs extracted. Wells less tnan 1,000 feet deep, located east of Stockton, gen- 
erally yield water suitable for both domestic and agricultural purposes. The 
rater is bicarbonate in type with calcium the predominant cation. Total 
.issolved solids range between 115 and 645 ppm but seldom exceed 250 ppm. 
ihloride and boron are usually well within the limits for class 1 irrigation 
laters. Analyses of 1959 showed nitrates in excess of hk ppm in two wells 
.ocated south of Tracy. 

Saline water apparently underlies most of the county at varying 
epths. The saline water body is very deep along the eastern edge of the area, 
bout 2,000 feet beneath the ground surface in the vicinity of Linden, becoming 
hallower toward the west, reaching a depth of about 1,000 feet in the Stock- 
on area. Poor quality water underlies the central delta portion of the county 
t a depth of less than 100 feet. The impediment to gro\ind water movement 
esulting from the fine-grained delta deposits appears to have effectively 
revented significant movement of the poor quality water, which underlies the 
elta area at shallower depths, into the fresh water underlying the eastern 
irtion of the county. 






ftgnificant Water Quality Changes . A comparison of analyses of samples col- 
Jcted in 1958 with those of 1959 showed a general increase in boron concen- 
-ations. The largest increase, 3-6 ppm, occurred in well 2S/4E-36P1 located 
30ut 6 miles northwest of Tracy. A moderate increase in total dissolved 
)lids occurred in well 2S/5E-29D1, located approximately 1 mile west of 

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Tracy. Total dissolved solids in this well increased from 1,000 ppm in 1957 
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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

STANISLAUS COUNTY 



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STANISLAUS COUNTY 

The monitored portion of Stanislaus County includes most of the valley 
'loor land in the county, and comprises an area of approximately 1,000 square 
dies. 

lonitoring Program . Because of the presence of ground waters containing high 
■one en tr at ions of total dissolved solids and boron, Stanislaus County was in- 
luded in the monitoring program in 1957. During the period of August - 
ctober 1959, samples were collected from 59 wells in the area. 

round Water Occurrence . Recent alluvium, and the underlying Pliocene to 
leistocene Modesto, Riverbank and Turlock Lake formations are the principal 
ater-bearing units. The Corcoran clay confines a lower zone of ground water. 
his clay bed occurs generally in the southwestern portion of the county and 
ecoraes discontinxious or is missing in the other portions of the coxrnty. 
Ider formations of continental origin are locally important aqiiif ers in and 
ear the eastern foothills. 

round Water Developfnent . Ground water supplies of Stanislaus County are 
jsveloped to the extent of overdraft in areas that do not have adequate sur- 
ice water supplies. Large irrigation wells on the valley floor yield more 
lan 1,000 gpm. 

. meficial Uses of Ground Water . The grotind waters of Stanislaus County are 
ijjed chiefly to si^jply industrial, municipal and irrigation needs. 

t ijor Waste Discharges . The major waste water discharges in Stanislaus County 

«'e effluent from the Cities of Modesto, Oakdale, Patterson and Turlock. 

1 fluent from the sewage treatment plant located at Modesto is disposed of by 



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percolation ponds and by an outfall to the Tuolumne River. The plant at | 

Oakdale uses percolation ponds as the principal means of disposal. However, 

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during the canning season, the waste water is partially discharged to the 1 

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Stanislaus River. The plant at Patterson uses percolation ponds for disposal 

and the plant at Turlock disposes its waste into the San Joaquin River. 

I 
Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in the eastern part of the moni- 
tored area are generally bicarbonate in type and of excellent mineral quality 
Sodium chloride type waters containing high concentrations of total dissolved 
solids have been found in the trough of the valley. The west side ground 
waters are chiefly calciumniiagnesium bicarbonate type of excellent mineral | 
quality, although waters moderately high in boron and sulfate are also preseni 



Significant Water Quality Changes . Conparison of the 1959 analyses with thosi 
of 1958 showed no significant changes in mineral concentrations, with the 
exception of boron in a few wells. The greatest change in boron occurred in 
well US/6E-12N1, located approximately 5 miles west of the San Joaquin River, 
where boron increased from 0.98 to U.l ppm between July 1958 and July 1959 
(see fluctuation graph). Five other wells in the vicinity of well I4S/6E-I2NI 
also showed marked increases or decreases in boron concentrations. The great- 
est decrease occurred in well iiS/7E-l6El, approximately 2 miles west of the 
San Joaquin River. Since boron is characteristically high in this portion of 
the area, flucttiations in its content in individual wells does not necessarilj 
reflect a trend. 



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IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 



MERCED COUNTY 



SCALE OF MILES 



MERCED COUNTY 

The monitoring program in Merced Cotuity consists of two separate 
areas. One area lies along the west side of the San Joaquin River between 
the Stanislaios and Fresno county lines. This area varies in width from 6 to 
16 miles, is about 32 miles in length and conqjrises about 300 square miles. 
[The second area is located east of the San Joaquin River in the central part 
of the county. It is from 10 to 12 miles in width, about kO miles in length 
and includes about UOO square miles. 

Konitoring Program . Merced County was included in the monitoring program in 



1957 to maintain surveillance on water quality conditions and to detect migra- 
tion of highly mineralized ground waters which occur near the trough of the 
"ralley. San5>les were collected from $0 wells in 1959, during the period of 
June - August, 

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Iround Water Occ\irrence . The principal aquifers canprise Recent alluvium and 
^he underlying Pliocene to Pleistocene Modesto, Riverbank and Turlock Lake 

[orraations. The Corcoran clay occurs beneath most of the central part of the 
liionitored area; it pinches out east of Merced and west of Gustine. The clay 

Separates the water-bearing materials into upper and lower water-bearing 

lanes and acts as a confining layer upon the lower zone ground water. 






round Water Development . Ground water in Merced County is moderately devel- 

,ped. Yields of irrigation wells range from about 500 to more than 3,000 gpm 
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sficial Uses of Ground Water . GroTind water is used moderately for domestic 
lid irrigation needs, and is the principal source of municipal and industrial 
(applies. 



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Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges in Merced County con- 
sist of effluent from sewage treatment plants at the Cities of Merced, Atwater 
and Los Banos, which, after primary treatment, are discharged to Miles Creek, 
Bear Creek and Mud Slough, respectivelyj from the City of Gustine, irtiich is 
discharged to percolation ponds; and from Castle Air Force Base, which, after I 
secondary treatment, is discharged to Canal Creek. None of these waste dis- 
charges cairy any known toxic substances and are, therefore, not considered 
threats to ground water quality. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in the area west of the San Joaquin 
River vary from excellent to poor in mineral quality. High chloride concentra- 
tions render much of the water, particularly in the southern portion, unsatis- 
factory for irrigation. Moderately high boron concentrations are also present 
in the west side area. Sulfates and nitrates in excess of recommended limits 
for drinking water are found locally. 

Ground waters east of the San Joaquin River are of good to excel- 
lent mineral quality. These waters are bicarbonate in type with sodium or 
calcium the predominant cation. Total dissolved solids are consistently below 
700 ppm and percent sodium below 60. 



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Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of samples collected in 1959 
showed decreases in chlorides in two of the monitored wells. In wells 
6S/10E-2UL1, located approximately 6 miles south of Turlock, and 9S/l3E-31DlJ 
located approximately lli miles south of Merced, chlorides decreased from 189 
to 3li ppm and from 251 to 12li ppm, respectively, between the summers of 1958 1 
and 1959* Total dissolved solids in each well decreased proportionally. 
Since there are only two years of record on these two wells, it is not known* 
whether these decreases indicate water quality improvements or a heterogeneity 
in the ground water mixture.. 

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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF RESOURCES PLANNING 

QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
IN CALIFORNIA, 1959 

MADERA COUNTY 

SCiLE OP MILES 



MADERA COUNTY 

All of the vall^ floor land in Madera County is included in the 
ground water monitoring program. The area extends from the foothills on the 
east to the San Joaquin River on the west, and from the Merced county line 
on the north to the Fresno county line on the south. The monitored area in 
Madera County comprises about 95o square miles. 

Monitoring Program . Madera County was included in the monitoring program in 
1957, due to the presence in the area of ground waters containing excessive 
concentrations of chlorides and high sodium percentages. During July 1959, 
32 wells were sampled in Madera County. 

Ground Water Occxirrence . The ground waters in Madera County are divided into 
an upper and lower zone by the Corcoran clay. The upper zone consists of 
unconsolidated sediments ranging in age from Pleistocene to Recent, and con- 
tains unconfined to semi-confined waters. The lower zone consists of Pleisto- 
cene to Pliocene sediments, and is confined by the clay. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water is extensively developed in sections 
of the county where surface water is not available. The larger wells are 
capable of yielding up to 1,000 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground water is used beneficially for domes- 
tic, municipal, industrial and irrigation supplies. 

Major Waste Discharges . Major waste discharges in Madera Covinty consist of 
effluent from sewage treatment plants located at the Cities of Chowchilla and 
Madera. The sewage treatment plant located at Chowchilla disposes of the 
waste water to percolation ponds, the Berenda Slough and by reuse for irriga- 
tion. The waste water from the plant at Madera is used for irrigation. Minor 

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waste discharges in the county emanate from various industrial installations. 
These waste waters are disposed of by percolation ponds, by discharging into 
streams and by reuse for irrigation. 

Evaluation of Water Qiiality . The water in the lower zones in the western por- 
tion of the county, which is effectively confined by the Corcoran clay, is 
predominantly sodium bicarbonate in type with sodium percentages often exceed- 
ing limits for irrigation waters. Wells in this area bordering the San Joaquin 
River generally yield water high in chlorides. Wells in the remainder of the 
county usually yield a bicarbonate type water of excellent mineral quality. 
These waters generally range from slightly to moderately hard, total dissolved 
solids average around 2l;0 ppm, boron is xisually less than 0.2 ppm and percent 
sodivon is less than UO. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . A comparison of mineral analyses for 1959 
with previous analyses showed a slight increase in total dissolved solids in 
most of the monitored wells. 






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FRESNO COUNTY 

Most of the valley floor area in Fresno County is included in the 
monitoring program. This area extends from the Sierra Nevada foothills on 
the east to the base of the Diablo Range on the west and from the Merced 
county line on the north to the Kings county line on the south. The total 
area is approximately 2,500 square miles. 

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Monitoring Program . Due to the presence of highly mineralized ground water 
in the western part of Fresno County, a monitoring program was initiated in 
the area in 1953. Samples were collected from 72 wells in the county during 
the period July - August 1959. 

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Ground Water Occurrence . There are two principal water-bearing zones on the 
west side of the valley which are separated by the Corcoran clay. Ground 
water in the lower zone is confined, and in the upper zone, unconfined or semi- 
confined. Eighty percent or more of the ground water used for irrigation is 
drawn from the lower zone. Saline waters underlie the west side area at 
depths ranging from about 1,000 to 3,000 feet. 

jround Water Development . Ground water in Fresno County is extensively de- 
veloped, resulting in overdraft of the grotmd water basin. Wells in both the 
per and lower zones yield about 1,300 gpra. 



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Include domestic, indixstrial and stock watering. 

4ajor Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges consist of effluent 
from sewage treatment plants serving the Cities of Fresno, Sanger, Selma, 
ieedley and Coalinga. These wastes normally contain no toxic substances and 



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are either used for irrigation or disposed of b7 percolation. Oil field wastes 
at Raisin City are disposed of by injection into the underlying saline water 
body at a depth of more than 1,500 feet. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Good quality ground waters are generally found 
in the eastena portion of the monitored area. In the upper zone, ground waters 
in the central part of this area are generally too highly mineralized for most 
uses. In the western portion of the monitored area, upper zone waters are 
calcitim-magnesium sulfate in type with an average total dissolved solids con- 
tent of about 3,000 pjm. Upper zone waters near Mendota are sodium sulfate- 
chloride in type with about 5,000 ppa total dissolved solids. Lower zone west 
side ground waters are primarily sodium sulfate in type and contain an average 
total dissolved solids content of approximately 800 ppm. Sodium content is 
generally about 75 percent of base constituents. Sulfates exceeded 250 ppm 
in U8 of the monitored wells tested in 1959. Radioassays during 1959 of 
samples from 16 wells showed a maximum gross radioactivity of 16.77 \nic/l. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . None. 



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TULARE COUNTY 

The monitored portion of Tid.are County includes the valley floor 
area between the Sierra Nevada foothills and the Kings county line. This 
area comprises approximately one-third of the county. Its maximum dimensions 
are about 58 miles north to south and 37 miles east to west. 

Monitoring Program . Tulare County was included in the monitoring program 
in 1957 with the establishment of a network of wells to maintain surveillance 
on the ground water quality and to detect significant changes. During the 
period June - September 1959, nineteen wells were sampled as part of the mon- 
itoring program. 

Ground Water Occurrence . Ground water in this area is found in a series of 
poorly connected beds and lenses of sand and gravel, locally confined by silt 
and clay. Individual beds are generally of limited extent with the notable 
exception of the Corcoran clay. The eastern edge of this clay extends from 
Earlimart northward to Tulare, where it swings northwesterly. Ground waters 
below the Corcoran clay are considered to be confined while those above the 
clay area are unconfined or only locally confined. The eastern two-thirds 
of the monitored area in Tulare County contains unconfined gro\ind water. The 
larger irrigation wells produce up to 1,000 gpm. 

Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Ground waters of Tulare County are exten- 
sively used for irrigation, domestic and municipal supplies. 

Major Waste Discharges . Major waste water discharges in Tulare County con- 
sist of effluent from sewage treatment plants located at the Cities of Dinuba, 
Exeter, Lindsay, Porterville, Reedley, Tulare and Visalia. Waste water from 
all of the above-mentioned sewage treatment plants, with the exception of 



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the one located at Reedley, is reused for Irrigation purposes. The waste 
water from the plant at Reedley is disposed of mainly by percolation ponds. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground waters in the eastern half of the moni- 
tored area along the Sierra foothills are primarily calcium bicarbonate in 
type and of excellent mineral quality. This water is typical of the shallow 
to moderate depth ground water zones receiving recharge frcan the Sierra 
streams. Sodium bicarbonate type waters occur both below and to the west of 
those areas containing calcium bicarbonate type water. Sodium generally 
exceeds 75 percent of base constituents in the sodixim bicarbonate type waters 
and these waters are usually class 3 for irrigation use. In general, total 
dissolved solids tend to increase with depth in this area. The maximum gross 
radioactivity observed in 1959 was 21.35 njic/l. 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Coirparison of analyses of sanples collected 
in 1959 with those of 1958 or earlier showed only minor changes in mineral 
constituents in all but a few monitored wells. Boron increased from 0.07 to 
0.6h ppm in well 23S/27E-21H, located approximately 12 miles east of Earlimart. 
Nitrates in well 2iiS/25E-23Hl located approximately h miles south of Earlimart 
increased from 29 to 51 PPm during the period from February 1957 to August 
1959, the latter value being in excess of the recommended limit of hk ppm 
for domestic waters. The reasons for these increases in boron and nitrates 
are not known. 



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KINGS COUNTY 

Most of the valley floor land in Kings County is included in the 
ground water monitoring program. The area extends, generally, from the Diablo 
Mountains of the Coast Range on the east to Tulare County on the west, and 
from Fresno County on the north to Kern Covinty on the south. The total moni- 
tored area encompasses approximately 1,000 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . Due to the existence in the area of ground waters contain- 
ing excessive concentrations of mineral constituents, a monitoring program 
was established in Kings County in 1958. During August 1959, 16 wells were 
sampled as part of the monitoring program. 

jround Water Occurrence . Ground waters in Kings County are separated into 
an upper and a lower water-bearing zone by the Corcoran clay. The clay con- 
fines and restricts vertical interchange of upper and lower zone water. 
Jround waters occurring above the Corcoran clay are unconfined, while those 
)elow the clay are generally confined. Each zone contains water of a distinct 
;hemical character. The water-bearing deposits are composed of Quaternary and 
.ate Tertiary sediments washed into the San Joaquin Valley from the Coast 
'.ange and the Sierra Nevada, In general, the sediments consist of unconsoli- 
lated to loosely consolidated clay, silt, sand and gravel. Poorly permeable, 
ine grained sediments underlying the lake bed area and valley trovigh restrict 
ateral movement of ground water. 

roiind Water Development . The ground waters in Kings County are extensively 
eveloped in areas where there is no appreciable surface water supply. Wells 
n Kings County vary between small domestic wells .yielding around 10 gpm to 
arge irrigation wells yielding up to 2,000 gpm. 



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Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . The ground waters are beneficially used for 
irrigation, domestic, industrial and municipal purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . The two principal waste discharges in Kings County 
consist of effluent from sewage treatment plants located at the Cities of 
Hanford and Corcoran. The effluent from these plants is reclaimed for irri- 
gation use or is disposed of by percolation ponds. 

Evaluation of Water Quality. The ground waters of Kings County vary in type 
and quality depending on the horizontal and vertical location of the water. 
Wells which extract water from above the Corcoran clay, in the east side of 
the area, generally yield sodium bicarbonate type water. With the exception 
of sodium percentage, which generally exceeds 60, this water is of excellent 
mineral quality. Above the Corcoran clay, in the western portion of the area, 
the ground water is typically sodium sulfate in type and moderately to very 
hard. It contains sulfates in excess of 2^0 ppm and the percent sodium 
generally exceeds 85. The water in the western portion below the Corcoran 
clay is sodium chloride in type and excessively high in chlorides, percent 
sodium, boron and total dissolved solids. 

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QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS 
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KERN COUNTY 

The monitored portion of Kern County extends from the Sierra Nevada 
foothills on the east to the Coast Range on the west, and from the Tehachapi 
Mountains on the south to the T\ilare-Kings county line on the north. The area 
has a north-south length of approximately 60 miles, a width of about 35 miles, 
and encompasses an area of approximately 2,100 square miles. 

Monitoring Program . A monitoring program was begun in Kern County in 1953 to 
maintain a check on effects of waste water from Edison and Devils Den oil 
fields. The remainder of the area was added to the program in 1957. During 
June 1959, samples were taken from 59 wells in the area. 

Groxmd Water Occurrence . Ground waters in Kern County exist primarily in 
poorly-sorted silt, sand and gravel deposited in alluvial fans, and in well- 
sorted sand and clay originally deposited in lakes and swampy overflov/ basins. 
Thickness of the sediments ranges from a few feet on the valley margins to 
more than 16,000 feet on the west side of the valley. The Corcoran clay 
pinches out and becomes discontinuous south of a line between Buttonwillow 
and Delano. Outside of this area, confinement occurs as the result of fine- 
grained lake sediments of Buena Vista and Kern Lakes, and poorly sorted 
fine-grained alluvial deposits. Unconfined to semi-confined ground water 
overlies the confined areas. 

Ground Water Development . Ground water in Kern County is extensively developed 
for all uses to the extent that overdraft of the ground water reservoir has 
occurred. Well yields range generally from 100 to 2,000 gpm, and average 
about 1,000 gpm. 



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Beneficial Uses of Ground Water . Groimd water is used extensively for irri- 
gation, domestic, municipal and industrial purposes. 

Major Waste Discharges . The principal waste discharges consist of effluent 
from sewage treatment plants serving the Cities of Bakersfield, Wasco, McFarland 
Delano and Taft. The discharges normally contain no toxic substances and are 
used almost entirely for irrigation. Smaller waste discharges emanate from 
wineries, oil refineries, oil field operations and other industries. These 
smaller wastes are discharged almost exclusively into percolation ponds. 

Evaluation of Water Quality . Ground water quality varies widely in Kern 
County. High concentrations of boron, chlorides and sulfates, along with high 
sodium percentages, occur throughout large portions of the monitored area, 
particularly in the south and west. Ground waters in the area south of Bakers- 
field are extremely hard and contain relatively low sodiim percentages. 

A possible source of the high chlorides and sulfates is connate 
marine waters which occur at depth throughout most of the area. At structural 
highs, such as Buttonwillow and Semitropic ridges, these waters occiir at 
lesser depths. A large number of deep wells throxighout the county yield 
waters containing excessive sodium percentages. Excessive concentrations of 
sulfates, chlorides and boron are found in waters near Devils Den oil field 
and at other scattered locations throughout the monitored area. Radioassays 
during 19$9 of samples from 11 wells showed a gross radioactivity of 12.9 

Significant Water Quality Changes . Analyses of samples collected in 1959 
compared to those of previous years generally showed only minor fluctuations 
in mineral concentrations. However, well 12N/21W-33N1, located about 11 miles 
northwest of Wheeler Ridge, has shown a gradual increase in total dissolved 



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solids over a h year period (see fluctuation graph). Well 27S/26E-27R1, 
located about 12 miles north of Bakersfield, showed an increase in chlorides 
from 62 ppm in 1958 to 119 ppm in 1959. 



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INDEX OF MONITORED AREAS 



NORTH COASTAL REGION (HO 1) 
l-I SMITH flIVER PLAIN 
1-3 Bl/TTE VALLEY 
1-J SHASTA VALLEY 
1-5 SCOTT RIVEB VALLEY 
l-B MAD RIVER VALLEY 
1-' EUREKA PLAIN 
I-IO EEL RIVER VALLEY 
1-15 UKIAH VALLEY 
1-16 SANEL VALLEY 
1-17 ALEXANDER VALLEY 
1-18 SANTA ROSA VALLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY REGION (NO 2\ 
J-1 PETALUMA VALLEY 
I-I NAPA-SONOWA VALLEY 
3-3 SUISUN-FAIRFIELD VALLEY 
2~i PITTSBURG PLAIN 
1-5 CLAYTON VALLEY 
1-6 YGNACIO VALLEY 
3-9 SANTA CLARA VALLEY 
EAST BAY AREA 
SOUTH BAY AREA 
3-10 LIVEHMORE VALLEY 

CENTRAL COASTAL REGION (NO. 3) 
3-3 PAJARO VALLEY 
3-3 GILROY-HOLLISTER BASIN 
3-* SALINAS VALLEY 
3-7 CARMEL VALLEY 



CENTRAL VALLEY REGION (NO, 5) 

5-6 REDDING BASIN 

5-13 UPPER LAKE VALLEY 

S-IS KELSEYVILLE VALLEY 

5-31 SACHAMENTO VALLEY 

TEHAMA COUNTY 
GLENN COUNTY 
BUTTE COUNTY 
COLUSA COUNTY 
SUTTER COUNTY 
YUBA COUNTY 
PLACER COUNTY 
YOLO COUNTY 
SACRAMENTO COUNTY 
SOLANO COUNTY 

S-33 SAN J0A3UIN VALLEY 

SAN J0A3UIN COUNTY 
STANISLAUS COUNTY 
MERCED COUNTY 
MADERA COU^^■Y 
FRESNO COUNTY 
TULARE COUNTY 
KINGS COUNTY 
KERN COUNTY 




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APPENDIX A 
PROCEDURES AND CRITERIA 

Page 

Types of Mineral Analyses A-1 

Laboratory Methods and Procediores A-1 

Water Quality Criteria A-3 

Criteria for Drinking Water A-k 

Criteria for Hardness A-6 

Criteria for Exposure to Radioactivity A-6 

Criteria for Irrigation Water A-T 

Criteria for Industrial Uses A-7 



Types of Mineral Analyses 

The following tabulation indicates the tests made, and the 
properties and constituents usually analyzed for, in the various types 
of mineral analyses performed under the Ground Water Quality Monitoring 
Program. 



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properties 




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metals 


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Laboratory 


Methods 


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Analytical methods used in determination of the various constituents 
reported in the following tables conform, in general, to those presented in 
"Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Sewage", a joint publication 

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of the American Public Health Association, the American Water Works Associa- 
tion, and the Federation of Sewage and Industrial Wastes Association, 10th 
edition, 1955' For certain specific analyses, the methods described in 
"Methods of Water Analyses", United States Geological Survey, 1956, now in 
preparation, have been used. 

Laboratory analyses of the water samples are performed by the Water 
Quality Branch of the United States Geological Survey, the Department of Water 
Resources laboratories located in Sacramento, or by the Terminal Testing 
Laboratories located in Los Angeles. The laboratory which performed each 
reported analysis is indicated in the right hand column of Table k-k. 

The methods and procedures for sample preparation and determination 
of radioactivity in ground waters are as follows: 
1. Sample Preparation 

a. Samples are collected in one-half gallon jugs by the Department 
of Water Resources and delivered to the Radiological Laboratory 
of the California Disaster Office for radioassay. 

b. Each sample is mixed by agitating the jug, and 250 ml are 
removed. 

c. The sample is placed in a 250 ml volijmetric flask and one drop 
of aerosol solution added. The flask is then inverted and the 
mouth placed in a 2 x l/k" aluminum culture dish that has been 
treated with Desicote. The flask is supported by a ring stand 
and the water level adjusted to the lip oi the dish in a 
"chicken-feeder-type" arrangement. The dish rests on a hot- 
plate, regulated so that the specimen is taken to dryness at a 
temperature well below the boiling point to prevent spattering. 

d. The specimen is now ready to be measured for radioactivity. 



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2. Counting Techniques 

a. A gross beta-gamma determination is made for each specimen. 

b. Beta-gamma activity is determined with an internal gas flow 
counter operating in the proportional region, using argon-methane 
mixture as a flow gas. Background determinations are made before 
the first specimen count each day, and subsequently after each 
four specimen counts throughout the day. Determinations of 
counter efficiency cire made with a reference standard (Thallium 
20ii) . Each determination of specimen and background count rate 
is made for a total of 1,02U counts. Average time required for 
each specimen count is from 30 tc UO minutes. 

3. Calculations 

a. Results are expressed as micromiorocuries per liter (piMc/l). 
One micromicrocurie is equivalent to 2.22 disintegrations per 
minute . 

b. Sample counts are corrected for background and geometric effi- 
ciency. 

c. Standard statistical procedures are utilized to compute the 
0.9 error. The final result is expressed (symbolically) as 
X i y ^\jc/l. This means that in a series of determinations on 
the same sample, the value of x should fall between x - y and 
X + y, 90^ of the time. 

Water Quality Criteria 

Presented herein are general criteria and limiting values presently 
used by the Department of Water Resources in evaluating and classifying water 
quality. In general, these values should be considered only as guides and 
: indicators, not as absolute limitations. 

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Criteria for Drinking Water 

Water that is used for drinking and culinary purposes should be 
clear, colorless, odorless, pleasant to the taste, and must not endanger the 
lives or health of human beings. These general requirements pertain to the 
water, treated if necessary, as it is finally delivered to the consumer. 

Chapter 7, Section iiOlO.5, of the California Health and Safety Code 
contains laws and standards relating to domestic water supply adopted frcm 
drinking water standards promulgated by the U. S. Public Health Service for 
water used on interstate carriers. These standards are set forth in detail 
in U. S. Public Health Report, Volme 61, No. 11, March 1$, 19U6. 

According to Section li.2 of the U. S. Public Health Report, chemical 
substances in drinking water supplies, either natural or treated, should not 
exceed the concentrations shown in Table A-1. 

TABLE A-1 

LIMITING CONCENTRATIONS OF 
MINERAL CONSTITUENTS IN DRINKING WATER 

United States Public Health Service 
Drinking Water Standards, 19U6 

Constituent : ppm 

Mandatory 

Fluoride (F) 1.5 

Lead (Pb) 0.1 

Selenium (Se) 0.0$ 

Hexavalent chromium (Cr'*'^) 0.0$ 

Arsenic (As) 0.0$ 

Nonmandatory but Recommended Values 

Iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) together 0.3 

Magnesium (Mg) 12$ 

Chloride (Cl) 2$0 

Sulfate (SOi^) 2$0 

Copper (Cu) 3.0 

Zinc (Zn) 1$ 

Phenolic compounds in terms of phenol 0.001 

Dissolved solids, desirable $00 

Dissolved solids, permitted 1,000 

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Interim standards for certain mineral constituents have recently 
been adopted by the California State Board of Public Health. Based on these 
standards, temporary permits may be issued for drinking water supplies failing 
to meet the U. S. Public Health Service Drinking Water Standards, provided 
the mineral constituents in the following table are not exceeded. 

UPPER LIMITS OF TOTAL SOLIDS AND SELECTED MINERALS IN 
DRINKING WATER AS DELIVERED TO THE CONSUMER 



Permit 
in ppm 


Temporary permit 
in ppm 


500 (1,000)* 
250 ( 500)* 
250 ( 500)* 
125 


1,500 
600 
600 

150 



Total solids 
Sulfates (SO^) 
Chlorides (CI) 
Magnesium (Mg) 

* Numbers in parentheses are maximum permissible, 
to be used only where no other more suitable 
waters are available in sufficient quantity for 
use in the system. 

The California State Board of Public Health has recently defined the 

following maximum safe amounts of fluoride in drinking water in relation to 

mean annual temperature: 

Mean annual Maximum mean monthly 
temperature Fluoride ion concentration 
in °F in ppm 

50 1.5 

60 1.0 

70 - above 0.7 

Other organic or mineral substances may be limited in concentration 
if their presence in water renders it hazardous as determined by state or 
local health authorities. The monitoring program reported herein does not 
include bacterial examinations. 

The relationship of infant methemoglobinemia (a reduction of oxygen 
content in the blood, constituting a form of asphyxia) to nitrates in the water 

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supply has led to limitation of nitrates in drinking water. The California 
State Department of Public Health has recommended a tentative limit of 10 ppm 
nitrate nitrogen {Uk ppm nitrates) for domestic waters. Waters containing 
higher concentrations of nitrates may be considered to be of questionable 
quality for domestic and municipal use. 

Criteria for Hardness 

An additional factor with which users are concerned is the hardness 
of water. Hardness is principally due to calcium and magnesium and is generally 
evidenced by inability to develop soap suds in the water. In general domestic 
use, hardness can result in increased soap consumption and excessive repairs 
to plumbing. The following classification of water, according to range of 
hardness, has been suggested by the U. S. Geological Survey: 

Range of hardness 

in ppm Relative classification 

0-55 Soft 

56 - 100 Slightly hard 

101 - 200 Moderately hard 
Greater than 200 Veiy hard 

Criteria for Exposure to Radioactivity 

Provisional criteria for permissible concentrations of radioactivity 
in water have been published in Handbook 69 of the U. S. Department of Com- 
merce, National Bxireau of Standards, issued June 5, 1959. This handbook lists 
maximum permissible concentrations for identified radionuclides, ranging from 
10"7 uc/cc (100 Mijc/l) to 2 X 10^ uc/cc (2 x lO^^ HMc/l). For continuous 
occupational exposure (168 hour week) it lists 10~7 uc/cc (100 nMc/l) as the 
provisional maximum permissible concentration for any unidentified radionuclide 
or mixture of unidentified radionuclides in water. For interim application in 
the neighborhood of an atomic energy plant, l/lO of the above value is 

recommended. 

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Criteria for Irrigation Water 

The following criteria for mineral quality of irrigation waters have 
been developed at the University of California at Davis and at the U. S. 
Department of Agriciilture Regional Salinity Laboratory at Riverside. Because 
of diverse climatological conditions and variations in crops and soils in 
California, only general limits of quality for irrigation waters can be 
suggested. The department uses the three broad classifications of irrigation 
waters listed in Table A -2. 

TABLE A -2 
QUALITATIVE CLASSIFICATION OF IRRIGATION WATERS 





: Class 1 : Class 2 : Class 3 


• 
• 


• Excellent to good ' Ctood to injurious ' ^J^i°;^s to 

: : unsatisfactory 


Chemical properties 


(Suitable for most: (Possibly harmful : (Harmful to 
• plants under any : for some crops : most crops and 

conditions of soil: under certain : unsatisfactory 
: and climate) : soil conditions : for all but the 

: : most tolerant) 



Total dissolved solids 

In ppm 

In conductance, EC x 10° 

Chloride ion concentration 



Less than 700 
Less than 1,000 



700 - 2,000 
1,000 - 3,000 



More than 2,000 
More than 3,000 



In milliequivalents 

per liter 
In ppm 


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Less than 175 


5 
175 


- 10 

- 350 


More than 10 
More than 350 


Sodium in percent of 
base constituents 


Less than 60 


60 


- 75 


More than 75 


Boron in ppm 


Less than 0.5 


0.5 


- 2.0 


More than 2.0 


Criteria for Industrial Uses 











Quality criteria for the diversified uses of water in industry range 
from exacting requirements for makeup water used in high pressure boilers to 



A-7 



minimum requirements for water for washdovm and ore quenching. 

Industrial use of water includes utilization for food processing. 
Except for certain canning operations, water used in food processing must at 
least conform to quality requirements for drinking water supplies. The require- 
ments of some food processing industries, however, are more stringent than 
those contained in the drinking water standards of the U. S. Public Health 
Service. 

Because of the large number of industrial uses of water with widely 
varied quality requirements, it is difficult to establish more than broad 
criteria for quality. Therefore, these requirements are expressed, where pos- 
sible, for groups of related industries rather than for individual manufacturing 
or other plants. The general quality requirements of several single industries 
and for representative major groups of industrial uses are listed in Table A-3. 



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dl 


ql 
dl 


CMl 


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o8 


O 


R 


o8 


rH O 


o8 


o8 


o8 


r-i 
CM O 


o 
o o 


rH 


rH 
CM O 


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6o 


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d d 


d d 


d d 


1 «'!o 


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r- o 
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1° 

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CM 
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in 
in r-i 

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rH 

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to d 


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in 

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rHiO 


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m 

O CM 
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vn r-i 

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CM • 
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o 
o 


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o 

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Ho 




d d 


so 

m • 

f^O 


f'NO 


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CM 
O O 

r^ d 


rH 

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d d 


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in 

O rH 

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TO 

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rH 

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o □ O 


«1 

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s 


ITS 


o o^ 

rH r-t 


8°: 

r-i CM 


rH 

cy t*> 

CVJ n-\ 


rH CM 




CM • 


CO 
rH CM 


CO 

^^ 

r-i r-N 




"1-3 


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tMl-* 


CO 

3°. 

r^in 


IsJ' 


■; 




8 


s 


8 




8 


O 
rH 




8 


O 
O 


8 


r-JrH 




o T 


8 


r-ld 


8 


8 


8 


c 
5 


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>-< 


O 


O 


o d 


o d 


O 


O 


O 


O O 


o d 


o d 


-oo ^ 


o d 


o o 


o d 




2= ^ 


> 


rg o 

CM O 




d 


-J 

-J' o 

rH d 


rH 
CD 


iH 

d 


JSi 

cold 


cHO 


CM 
m r-i 

-:Hd 


o 

C^ CM 

Hd 


O 

en 

CNCM 




m O 

CM o 


rH 

in O 

d d 


^0 

CM O 

CM d 


en O 
CM O 


CM d 


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TJZ 

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g 

3 
m 


r-t 

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a- 


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03 • 
r-i O 


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s 

CNJ • 
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in • m • 

r^i-i OJlrH 


in c^ 

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s 


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c^■ 
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a 

r-i r-i 


CM 

CM r-i 


o 

CM • 
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E 


to 


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Hd 


CO • 
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o 

rH 


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in 

^6 


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in 

CM rH 


s 


m 

lid 


sB 


o 
co-^ 

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in 

CM 

in • 




o 


o 


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in 


o 


rH 


rH 


m 


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r-i 


m 


rH 


to 


O 


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C^ 


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CO 


r- 


IT 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


CO 


IV 


cn 


Specific 

conduct- 
ance 

(micro- 
mtios 

at 25" C) 








° 


sO 


o 
o 


g 


8 

CM 


o 

s 


CM 

3 


s 


in 


CM 




in 

-J 
in 


mu. 
































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K 




o 


CO 


o 


^ 


CM 
in 


s 


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o 

^0 


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a 


in 


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CJs 
in 


in 


CT^ 


cr> 
in 


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in 


in 


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s 


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1 
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1 


in 


1 






7 


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1 


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CO 


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r- 


cc 


r- 


r- 


t> 


c^ 


r 


well 
ond 
jmber 






a- 


rH 

m 


r-i 

Si 


r-i 


CM 


rH 
Z 

CM 


5? 

C^ 
CM 


3 


rH 

3 

CM 


r-i 

3 

rH 


O 
CM 


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7 


g 


State 
number 
other n 


1 ^ 




in 

-J- 


1 


-J 




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2 

5 


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Z 

5 


3 

5 




Z 

3 


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a 






1 

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if, 


c 
o 




O 


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c 


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g 

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d 


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la 


g 

C (d 

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c 
o 

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3 -H 


g Sg 

■H C .r) 


C 

c: o 
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t a 


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> or 

r 




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ci' 


1— 1 'ri 
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b: (ft -rt 

C jH V» 

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to 

c 
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o 


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s 



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3 


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en 


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cent 
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dis- 
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solids 
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CM 




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1 


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51 


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dl 


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dl 


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dl 


dl 


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old 


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d d 


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d o 


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did 


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did oo do 


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Hd 


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CM • sO • f^ • 

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c>1o 


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d d 


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Q 


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6?H 




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Sfld 


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CMlO 


cvd 


CM O 


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rH O rH O f^O 


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Sd 


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CM 


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3 

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o 

O rH 

injo 


in 

O rH 

tHO 


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d d 


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CM 


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o c o 


c 
o 




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TO C- 


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CM • 




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n1-* cm^ ^cg ^ 

TO 


si 


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to|^ 


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5 


■ 


1 


o 

^'2 


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(0 d ^ 


8 

o d 


o 


8 

d 


8 8 8^ 

o d od o d S 


o 

o 

o d 


8 

o d 


3 

nO o 


8 
d 


^0 d 


lis 

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0. 




t 


rH rH 

Ho 


ir> O 

> 


rH d 


rH O 

ol d 


in -J' in "^ 

TOO r-o CO o > 
rH o rH o rH o a; 


rnio 


di 


::^1 


in 

TO 

rH d 


08 

d d 


6« 


> 


3 

O • 


CnJtN 


^2 i 

-0 


vO CM 

vO o 


>0 CM 

^d 


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'O CM nO CM nO CM O 

^0 d ^O nO d ^ 


/2 


d2 


d 


Sd 


|o 

TO kn 

-old 


1- 






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CO 

rH • 
rH O 


rH 

tr 
c\r • 


o 

•-i ' 

•-i o 


J^ rJ^. J? 
o^cw nilcM PirH 


rH 

c^ 

CM ^ 


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CV 
l>CM 

CM 


TO 

m 
r^CM 


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o 






s 
a.; 


o 

fV rH 




o8 


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CM rH TO 

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in 


TO 

dd 


J? 




Sd 


CO • 

cWr-t 






sO 


-* 


t^ 


o 


O 


TO en rH 


rH 


o 


en 


1- 




Q. 




00 


eo 


CO 


a? 


to 


r- on CO 


TO 


TO 


T' 





TO 


Specific 

conduct- 
ance 

(micro- 
mtios 

ot25**C) 




to 


o 




vn 


CM 


in tn CM 
CM CM 0^ 
-4^ -4^ CM 


en 


3 


in 

5 


CM 
TO 
rH 


CM 

3 






s 


ti^ 


o 


-4 




CM -* vO 
in wn -O 


■ 


■ 


' 


■ 


■ 


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• 

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° s 




1 




1 


in 

J, 


in 


o O^ o 

in in mi 

vO vO nO 

r-t r-i >-i 


in 


cr- 
in 

I 

rH 


in 
1 


0^ 

in 
1 








<> 


C^ 


J, 


C^ 


c- 


o!- c!- cJ- 


cr- 


O 


o- 


0^ 





state welt 
number and 
ottier number 


z 


3 




a- 
t 

in 

-J' 


O 
CM 

i 


•i 


rH CM rH 
b. b. CC 
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rv CM C^ 

i ' i 1 

3 3 


S 

z 
m 


3 


1 


TO 


•-t 
1 


C 




t3 








a 


o 
o 

n 


rH 

o 
o 

JZ 
u 




•H 






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C 

o 




eg 


s 1 

t. en U 

3: 


■8 IS 


3.g 

St 


c c 

c o 

O -"H 

a: u 


c c c o ^ 
mo iH O X 

s-2 is ^a 

2& £& i« 

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1. 

O *J 


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O >» n 

a, c r 


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H 




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> 



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5 i 
s 5 



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5^& 



3 >.«oC^ 

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UJ 


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m 


s 


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01 


n 


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7 


o 




D 






O 


(n 




q: 


III 




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en 




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>- 





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3 
O 



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bye 


■& '3 '3 S 3 3 3 
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 


i 3 ^ ^ i 1 

=3 =3 => = =3 = 


iS 

O in 
X o 


^1 


o (D o >q. g; ° '^ 


o o o o o o 


11 

oa 


(O O TO t^ f<\ O^ C^ 


° ^ S ^ 2 ^ 


Per- 
cent 
sod- 
ium 


«> o- t; 5 o, « g 


:| o-\ N t^ r- ~* 


Total 
dis- 
solved 

solids 
in ppm 

a 


Si S^ S S 3 S 5i 

r\j fV <t r-t ^ 


d 3 8 g ?? § 

rH <H (^ --t l/N i-H 




la 

2 

c 

o 

(0 

o 


'^'« siffl Bi5 "i-S i"^ 1 " 2-S 

oi^i ^% ^^ 8s s^ :;|^| s^ 

o'mI o ^'I oIo oo o rtl ™Ih °o 


maj «+> mtiJ m+; -f^ '55 

SS 3^ 3| 3^ ll II 

to CO uN ^ CO rH , ^ ^1 .1 

d rHl d d d rnl dd didl old 

[t.£ iitL, U,fe a-lt* fc-tl- "^C*- 




SI j^ s:t SI m f^i SI 


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c 
o 

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a. 

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o. 


c 
o 

E 

c 
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o 
o 


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d do d 


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d 6 6 oo oo oo 


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dd dd 66 OO OO oo 


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6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 nld olo 


t 

o » — 

6?5 


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CO u~* r<-\ CT^ -d' O 

r-ilo rH O fNJ O rH O r-i C\ f^lO 


c 

s 

c 
o 
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o 

c 

5 




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is "^ 

o a O 


c 
o 
o 


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tvo-^ tvc^ OJ-J- OJO tel-H rH CV -^O 


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'^d to rH r-J-j MrH H"^ '-^ •-' 




to 


o 


8 

d vo 


°. ° 8. ° 

o oo oo oo o 


o o o^ 

O O 1 

d od C. 


8 8 R 8 8 8 

OO OO o o oo oo OO 




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i 


o 
d 


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d hIo -.cHd 6 6 H-^ rnd do d- 


c^S (>^ u>^ .oq cNjg qH 
rH d rH d ^o d rH d oo oo 


=1 o 
o — 

01 




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r^ d (t\o m1^ r-ilo o-^ 


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CO O^ -J ?3 

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2 


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3^' y^" d d "No "^I-J hIh -Jlo 


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O — 
O 


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sO vO >^ O |0 O 

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t>Jo r-Io <»<r\i too rHiO rH O 


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a 


^ J, H <> i/> (N o; 

to to tc ^ t^ o ^ 


-: ^. ^ '^. ^ TO 

t^ C- OD to to 


Specific 

conduct- 
ance 

(micro- 
mhos 

at25''C) 


g: 5 S S 8^3 

r^ en C- H ~^ ^ 
fO 


u^ to O^ rH -4^ g^ 

J Lf> >j o c- r- 

3 ^ ir\ rH f.^ OJ 




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CT- (> a> O CT^ o^ o 


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OS c^ a^ a- i> o 


State well 
number and 
other number 


g g g i; S « 1 

1 ^ ^ ^ 


3 s 1 ^ s i 

7 "? T -V A ^ 

2 3 H 

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o 
O 


o o 

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to 

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3 


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n 


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o 




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cent 
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TO 


5 


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m 




Totol 
dis- 
solved 
solids 
in ppm 
a 


CD 
CM 


C^ 
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nH 






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O 

r-4 


o 

CO 


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9 

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m 

r-T 


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c 
o 
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8.8. 

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i 


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7? 

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ii 






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SI 


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B-80 



QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS IN CALIFORNIA 
RADIOASSAY OF GROUND WATER 
1959 



Wall number 



Date 
sampled 



Gro»8 octivity° 



Date analyzed 



MDB&M 



SAN FRANCISCO BAY REGION NO. 2 
PITTSBURG PLAIN (2-1) 



2N/1E-7R1 


7/8/59 


6.35 i 3.65 


11/5/59 


2N/2E-20A1 


7/8/59 


8.91 - 3.72 


11/5/59 




CLAYTON VALLEY (2-5) 




IN/lVJ-Ul 


7/7/59 


7.03 t 3.U5 


11/5/59 


2N/1W-31D1 


7/7/59 


3.U0 t 3.35 


11/5/59 


-32Q1 


7/7/59 


3.20 + 3.U0 


11/5/59 


2N/2W-13P1 


7/8/59 


3.89 i 3.60 


11/5/59 


-36J1 


7/7/59 


7.35 i 3.U2 


11/5/59 




YGNACIO VALLEY (2-6) 




1N/1W-7K1 


7/8/59 


5.59 t 3.52 


11/5/59 


-2901 


7/8/59 


3.U0 + 3.50 


11/5/59 


1N/2W-11N1 


7/8/59 


2.70 t 3.U2 


11/5/59 


-13P1 


7/8/59 


7.57 t 3.U5 


11/5/59 


2N/2W-27R1 


7/8/59 


5.81 t 3.53 


11/5/59 


-36E1 


7/7/59 


0.0 t 3.22 


11/5/59 


SANTA 


CLARA VALLEY ( 


2-9) EAST BAY AREA 





USAV-21M1 9/1/59 2.5 i 3.0 11/27/59 

-21P1 9/Ii/59 3.5 t 3.8 11/27/59 



a - Micr»microcuri«t per llt»r 3.3^^ 



QUALITY OF GROUND WATEHS W CAUfORNIA 
RADtOASSAY OF 9IMMM0 WATER 
1999 



W«4I numbar 


Dot* 
Mmpl«d 


^nvt •ctMtyO 


Dote oflQlyztd 


CENTRAL VALLEY REGION NO. 5 






REDDING BASIN (5-6) 




MnWrM 








29NAW-2M1 


7/13/59 


3.32 i 2.97 


11/6/59 


-6N1 


7/lIi/59 


2.29 t 3.61 


11/9/59 


30N/3W-i4Ml 


7/13/59 


l.YO i 3.50 


11/6/59 


-3l;nL 


7/13/59 


7.03 1 3.07 


11/6/59 


3onAw-iei 


7/13/59 


2.kh t 3.59 


11/6/59 


-16H 


7/13/59 


7.91 t 3.10 


11/6/59 


-25N1 


7/13/59 


2.15 i 3.50 


11/6/59 


30N/5W-15R1 


7/13/59 


5.16 1 3.50 


11/6/59 


-17R1 


7/13/59 


8.17 t 3.53 


11/6/59 


31N/3W-7K1 


7/1U/59 


10.35 1 3.30 


11/9/59 


-12E1 


7/1U/59 


0.00 1 2.97 


11/9/59 


-29P1 


8/12/59 


U.ll 1 2.60 


11/20/59 


31nAw-5fi 


7/1U/59 


7.20 1 3.52 


11/6/59 


-7A1 


7/lh/59 


0.19 I 3.05 


11/9/59 


-15B1 


7/1U/59 


0.3U t 3.06 


11/9/59 


-16Q1 


7/1U/59 


2.10 1 3.10 


11/9/59 


31N/5W-13D1 


7/11/59 


l^.liO i 3.85 


11/9/59 


-25K1 


7/13/59 


5.10 1 3.U6 


11/6/59 


32N/3W-17E2 


7/lh/59 


3.88 i 3.13 


11/9/59 


-20P1 


7/1U/59 


6.78 1 3.2h 


11/9/59 



a - Micrornicrocuries per lit«r b-82 



QUALITY OF OROUNO WATERS IN CALIFORNIA 
f^AoiOAS^Y Of oirouhb water 

\W9 



Well number 



0«ti 
somple^ 



9fttii «Btivi>y° 



Datt analyztd 



REDDING BASIN (5-6) (Cont.) 



MTJRfrM 








32N/3W-32J2 


7/11/59 


6.66 ± 3.2U 


11/9/59 


32NAW-1IiF2 


7/1V59 


9.70 ± 3.33 


11/9/59 


-20G2 


7/1U/59 


0.00 ± 3.6J4 


11/9/59 


-3hPl 


7/1U/59 


0.00 i 2.9ii 


11/9/59 


32N/5W-26M1 


7/1U/59 


2.18 ± 3.50 


11/9/59 



SACRAMENTO VALLEY (5-21) 
Colusa Cotinty 



13N/1E-22H1 


6/18/59 


5.73 i 


3.65 


11/5/59 


13N/1W-7A1 


6/18/59 


3.00 ± 


3.26 


11/6/59 


-8B1 


6/18/59 


5.UU i 


3.10 


11/5/59 


-15N1 


6/2U/59 


l.UU i 


3.70 


11/6/59 


-35Q1 


6A8/59 


2.63 i 


3.53 


11/6/59 


13N/2W-10G1 


6A7/59 


0.00 r 


3.20 


11/5/59 


-lOMl 


6/17/59 


2.01 ± 


3.h5 


11/5/59 


-22G1 


6/17/59 


0.00 ± 


3.10 


11/5/59 


-29R1 


6/17/59 


5.53 i 


3.U0 


11/5/59 


lijj/lE-iaAl 


6/18/59 


7.97 ± 


3.66 


11/6/59 


1UN/1W-2D1 


6/18/59 


0.71 i 


3.20 


11/6/59 


-12A1 


6A7/59 


0.00 ± 


3.28 


11/5/59 


lIiN/2W-12H2 


6A8/59 


1.10 t 


3.52 


11/5/59 


-29J1 


6/17/59 


0.00 ± 


3.25 


11/5/59 



e - WTierofnicrocuritt par liter B-83 



QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS IN CALIFORNIA 
RA0<OASSAY OF 6R0UN0 WATER 
1959 



Wtii number 



Dat« 
tampl«d 



OroM activity^ 



Date analyzed 



Colusa CoTinty (Qont.) 



MDB&M 








11JJ/3W-12L1 


6/2l;/59 


2.IiU 1 3.72 


11/6/59 


15N/2W-.32R1 


6/17/59 


1.36 1 3.35 


11/5/59 


15N/3W-25P1 


6/17/59 


11.72 1 3.55 


11/5/59 


16N/1W-29J1 


6/23/59 


7.37 1 3.38 


11/6/59 


l6N/2W-liHl 


6/18/59 


li.99 1 3.68 


11/6/59 


-35B1 


6/17/59 


0.00 + 3.20 


11/5/59 


16N/3W-9N1 


6/18/59 


l.UU ^ 3.70 


11/6/59 


17N/1W-20N1 


6/18/59 


5.08 t 3.U0 


11/5/59 


17N/2W-12C1 


6/18/59 


0.22 + 2.85 


11/5/59 


17N/3W-33R1 


6/18/59 


2.61 + 3.53 


11/6/59 




Yuba ( 


Dounty 




13N/5E-i3 


8/19/59 


1.71 t 2.55 


11/20/59 


iUn/Ue-tmi 


8/6/59 


0.00 + 2.U0 


11/20/59 


-22H1 


8/U/59 


0.00 1 2.U0 


11/20/59 


lhN/5E-l5Cl 


8/U/59 


0.00 + 2.36 


11/20/59 


-16C1 


8/U/59 


1.22 i 2.h5 


11/20/59 


-21G 


8/7/59 


3.1i3 i 2.8ii 


11/20/59 


-32J 


8/1/59 


h.l7 t 2.80 


11/20/59 


15N/5E-19N1 


8/h/59 


10.10 1 2.9U 


11/20/59 


16N/3E-11N1 


8/6/59 


h.28 + 2,80 


11/20/59 


16nA^-9D1 


8/U/59 


ii.3ii i 2.80 


11/20/59 



a - Micromicrocuriet per Mttr _ g]. 



QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS IN CALIFORNIA 
RAOIOASSAY OF GROUND WATER 
1959 



Wtll numbtr 


Dot* 
sampi«d 


6roM activity^ 


Dot* onalyz*d 




Stanislaus 


County 




MDBScM 








7S/8E-12P1 


6/11/59 


2.7U - 3.60 


6/19/59 




Merced County 




7S/lIE-ljMl 


7/6/59 


6.69 ^ 3.32 


2/U/60 




Fresno Co\mty 




15S/17E-1H1 


7/13/59 


0.00 1 3.65 


11/9/59 


-3R1 


7/13/59 


16.77 - 3.96 


11/9/59 


-lORl 


7/13/59 


6.66 - 3.73 


11/9/59 


-llPl 


7/13/59 


10.69 - 3.83 


11/9/59 


-13R1 


7/13/59 


3.63 - 3.82 


11/9/59 


-llGl 


7/13/59 


8.U5 - 3.80 


11/9/59 


-15B1 


7/13/59 


9.i;7 - h.lS 


11/9/59 


-15F1 


7/13/59 


2.95 - 3.96 


11/9/59 


-15H1 


7/13/59 


8.23 - U.15 


11/9/59 


-22R1 


7/13/59 


7.91 ^ U.15 


11/9/59 


-27H2 


7/13/59 


8.93 - 3.86 


11/9/59 


-3l;Al 


7/13/59 


9.53 - 3.89 


11/9/59 


-3Ul 


7/13/59 


13.63 1 3.96 


11/9/59 


15S/18E-16G1 


7/13/59 


6.30 t 3.32 


11/9/59 


-20G1 


7/13/59 


3.32 i 3.66 


11/9/59 


-2o^a 


7/13/59 


1.61 + 3.62 


11/9/59 



a — Micromicrocuri*« p*r Mt*r 



B-85 



QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS IN CALIFORNIA 
RAOIOASSAY OF GROUND WATER 
1959 



1 

Qrott activity^ | Datt analyztd 



Well number 



Dot* 
tampl«4 





Tulare 


County 






MDB&M 










17S/25E-31; 


8/6/59 


2.1 


t 3.7 


12/1/59 


19S/23E-2UG1 


6/2l;/59 


5.8 


t 3.7 


12/3/59 


19S/2UE-22C1 




l.U 


i3.7 


12/1/59 


19S/25E-31J1 


6/25/59 


2.9 


l3.6 


12/3/59 


19S/26E-3K1 




0.0 




12/1/59 


-26M1 


6/25/59 


U.o 


!3.6 


12/3/59 


20S/26E-5R1 


7/6/59 


21.2 


1 U.o 


12/3/59 


-9Q 




li.8 


! 3.8 


12/1/59 


-20 




0.0 




12/1/59 


22S/25E-22A 


7/7/59 


3.8 


+ 3.6 


12/3/59 


22S/27E-11C1 


7/lii/59 


16.1 


i 3.9 


12/3/59 


23S/25E-9F1 


8/6/59 


2.7 


i 3.7 


12/1/59 


23S/27E-21H 


7/lh/59 


6.0 


i 3.6 


12/3/59 


2liS/23E-8D 


7/7/59 


7.3 


i 3.7 


12/3/59 


2hS/25E-23Hl 




2.2 


t 3.7 


12/1/59 


2liS/27E-32Pl 


7/1U/59 


1.2 


i 3.5 


12/3/59 



Q — Micromicrocuries per liter 



B-86 



QUALITY OF GROUND WATERS IN CALIFORNIA 
RADIOASSAY OF GROUND WATER 
1959 



Well number 


Dote 
sampled 


Gross 


activity* 


Date analyzed 




Kings County 






MDB&M 










2I;S/22E-27D1 


2/17/59 


0.15 


1 3.81 


5/15/59 




Kem County 






27S/22E-2Q2 


5/1/59 


0.0 




12/3/59 


-21P1 


8/21/59 


0.9 


t 3.7 


12/3/59 


-28a2 


5/19/59 


3.6 


i 3.8 


12/3/59 


28S/22E-I4AI 


8/21/59 


ii.O 


t 3.6 


12/3/59 


-lORl 


8/a/59 


2.6 


t 3.7 


12/3/59 


-26J1 


8/3/59 


Z.S 


t 3.6 


12/3/59 


-36NI 


9/3/59 


8.0 


t 3.9 


12/3/59 


29S/23E-2hHl 


8/3/59 


1;.2 


+ 3.8 


12/3/59 


30S/23E-1C1 


5/18/59 


11.2 


* 3.9 


12/3/59 


31S/25E-25H1 


5/18/59 


12.9 


t Ii.O 


12/3/59 


32S/27E-6D1 


8/21/59 


1.3 


t 3.6 


12/3/59 



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